Brown garners $11M grant to study neuroscience of attention

JEROME SANES, professor of neuroscience at Brown University, has been selected to lead the COBRE Center for Central Nervous System Function, which is being established by the university thanks to a National Institute for General Medical Sciences grant of $11 million over five years. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY/KATHRYN TRINGALE
JEROME SANES, professor of neuroscience at Brown University, has been selected to lead the COBRE Center for Central Nervous System Function, which is being established by the university thanks to a National Institute for General Medical Sciences grant of $11 million over five years. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY/KATHRYN TRINGALE
PROVIDENCE – Using an $11 million grant from the National Institute for General Medical Sciences, Brown University is creating a new research center to study the neuroscience of attention and related disorders. To be named the COBRE (Centers for Biomedical Research Excellence) Center for Central Nervous System Function, the center will study five projects, each…

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