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UMass Medical School launches Four interdisciplinary collaborations share mission to demystify devastating brain disorders

The Dan and Diane Riccio Fund for Neuroscience has awarded four teams of UMMS researchers $50,000 seed grants for interdisciplinary collaborations leading to innovative discoveries that deepen understanding of normal brain function and what goes awry in neurological diseases.

 

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Stories of Giving

  • Eagles Autism Foundation awards grant to support autism research
    06/30/21

    Eagles Autism Foundation awards grant to support autism research

    The Eagles Autism Foundation has awarded $400,000 to a UMass Medical School research team led by David M. Cochran, MD, PhD, to study a biomarker-driven pharmacological treatment for autism spectrum disorder.

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  • Wagner Automotive Group helps UMMS drive COVID-19 vaccination effort
    05/18/21

    Wagner Automotive Group helps UMMS drive COVID-19 vaccination effort

    Wagner Automotive Group of Shrewsbury has donated the lease of a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van to assist UMMS Vaccine Corps volunteers in delivering COVID-19 vaccines to special populations in Massachusetts.

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  • Easing the pressure caused by the pandemic
    05/12/21

    Easing the pressure caused by the pandemic

    Thanks to a grant from DCU for Kids, the charitable arm of Digital Federal Credit Union, Jessica Griffin of the UMMS Child Trauma Training Center can develop video training tools for parents.

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