Brown researchers win $12M grant renewal to study how brains think

BROWN UNIVERSITY researchers have won $12M to continue studying brain activity from the National Institutes of Health. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY
BROWN UNIVERSITY researchers have won $12 million to continue studying brain activity from the National Institutes of Health. In the above functional MRI image of brain activity, areas in three separate experiments, each color coded red, blue and green, show a person performing a complex task, such as making a cup of coffee. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY
PROVIDENCE — Brown University’s Center for Central Nervous System Function, has received a $12 million grant renewal from the National Institutes of Health’s Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence, or COBRE, program, supporting research into how people think that could aid in treating psychological disorders and stroke damage. “Our goal is to develop fundamental knowledge about higher-order nervous…

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