Three biomedical science professors awarded NIH awards

 

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The National Institutes of Health will fund projects that advance research related to diabetic kidney disease, Chagas disease and cancer cell development

Three biomedical science faculty at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM) recently received substantial research grant awards from the National Institutes of Health (NIH): Karen Coschigano, Ph.D., assistant professor; Mario Grijalva, Ph.D., associate professor; and Mark Berryman, Ph.D., associate professor.

Both Grijalva and Berryman developed their NIH-winning grant proposals with support from OU-HCOM’s Competitive Grant Program. The program, which began in 2005, assists faculty in developing successful NIH research proposals, utilizing constructive feedback from experts across the nation.

 

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Karen Coschigano, Ph.D.
Mario Grijalva, Ph.D.
Mark Berryman, Ph.D.
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