BUSM receives $4.9 million MLSC grant to accelerate development of new brain imaging techniques

Boston University School of Medicine today announced that it had received a $4.9 million grant from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center to create a state-of the-art facility to accelerate development of novel brain imaging techniques to track subtle changes in the brain after neurotrauma.

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