NIH provides $16M grant to Alzheimer’s research group led by Brown University professor

A RESEARCH TEAM led by Brown University Center on Biology of Aging Director John Sedivy will receive a $16 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to research causes and treatments for Alzheimer's disease. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY
A RESEARCH TEAM led by Brown University Center on Biology of Aging Director John Sedivy will receive a $16 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to research causes and treatments for Alzheimer's disease. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY
PROVIDENCE – The director of Brown University’s Center on Biology of Aging will lead a team of researchers from multiple universities to look into potential causes of, and treatment for, Alzheimer’s disease. Plus, the group now has a 10-figure grant from the National Institutes of Health to finance the research project. John Sedivy, who leads…

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