The Miriam Hospital gets $11.1M federal grant for stress, trauma research

THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF GENERAL MEDICAL SCIENCE granted The Miriam Hospital $11.1 million to establish a center to research the impact of stress and trauma on long-term health and wellness. / COURTESY THE MIRIAM HOSPITAL
THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF GENERAL MEDICAL SCIENCE granted The Miriam Hospital $11.1 million to establish a center to research the impact of stress and trauma on long-term health and wellness. / COURTESY THE MIRIAM HOSPITAL
PROVIDENCE – The Miriam Hospital, owned by Lifespan Corp., recently received an $11.1 million grant from the federal government to establish the first medical research center in Rhode Island devoted to the study of stress, trauma and resilience, Lifespan announced Thursday. The five-year, $11.1 million grant from the National Institute of General Medical Science will…

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