Five awards funded:

  • C9 and SCA36: A Tale of Two Hexanucleotide-repeat Diseases
    • Gary Bassell, PhD, Professor, Emory University School of Medicine - Cell Biology ($30,000)
  • Safety and Efficacy of propranolol in the treatment of tardive dyskinesia
    • Jamie Hatcher-Martin, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor, Emory University School of Medicine - Neurology ($30,000)
  • Changing etiology of acute gastroenteritis in Indian children in the rotavirus vaccine era: the role of Sapovirus and Astrovirus
    • Benjamin Lopman, PhD, Associate Professor, Emory Rollins School of Public Health - Epidemiology ($30,000)
  • Enhancing the Therapeutic Potential of Pediatric Cardiac Progenitor Cells
    • Joshua Maxwell, PhD, Instructor, Emory University School of Medicine - Pediatrics ($30,000)
  • Low chloride containing hypertonic solution for osmotherapy in acute subarachnoid hemorrhage patients
    • Owen Samuels, MD, Associate Professor, Emory University School of Medicine - Neurology ($30,000)

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