Dr. Barry Zingman Awarded $1.6M Grant for HIV/AIDS Treatment Program
The New York State Department of Health has awarded Dr. Barry Zingman a five-year, $1.625 million grant to develop a new program to enhance linkage, retention, and viral suppression of HIV-infected persons at the Montefiore AIDS Center and the Center for Positive Living/ID Clinic.
Dr. Joe Verghese Lands $3.3M NIH Grant to Research the Impact of Cognitive Training on Mobility
The National Institutes of Health has awarded Dr. Joe Verghese and Dr. Roee Holtzer a $3.3 million grant from to explore cognitive training programs among the elderly as a strategy to improve their flexibility and agility.
Dr. Lawrence Brandt Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
Dr. Lawrence J. Brandt is the recipient of the Peggy Lillis Foundation's Lifetime Achievement Award.
Dr. Joanna Starrels Receives First-Time NIH Research Project Grant
Dr. Joanna Starrels recently received her first R01 grant, a four-year, $2.3 million award for her study on opioid analgesic use and HIV.
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