Butler Hospital receives 5-year $12M COBRE grant for neuropsychiatric brain research

BUTLER HOSPITAL was awarded a five-year, $12 million COBRE grant to build a self-sustaining center of excellence in clinical-translational brain research focused on enhancing research on and improving treatments for neuropsychiatric illnesses. / COURTESY BUTLER HOSPITAL
BUTLER HOSPITAL was awarded a five-year, $12 million COBRE grant to build a self-sustaining center of excellence in clinical-translational brain research focused on enhancing research on and improving treatments for neuropsychiatric illnesses. / COURTESY BUTLER HOSPITAL
PROVIDENCE – Butler Hospital has been granted a five-year, $12 million Center of Biomedical Research Excellence grant from the National Institutes of Health to focus on clinical-translational brain research, Care New England announced Tuesday. The hospital said the grant will help it build a self-sustaining center of excellence in clinical-translational brain research, called the COBRE…

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