$2M NIH grant to fund research on relationship between sleep disruption and suicide risk

MICHAEL F. ARMEY, a research psychologist at Butler Hospital, and Melanie Bozzay, health science specialist at the Providence VA Medical Center, are leading a study that looks at the impact of sleep disruption on patients who are at a high risk of suicide. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND HEALTH SYSTEM
PROVIDENCE – Researchers at Butler Hospital and the Providence VA Medical Center have received a $2.24 million federal grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the potential impact of sleep disruption on patients who are at a high risk of suicide. Led by Michael F. Armey, a research psychologist at Butler and associate…

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