FEDERAL GRANT SUPPORTS STEM CELLS STUDY AT STOCKTON

The Unified Science Center at Stockton University is buzzing with activity as students and their professor are conducting stem cell research, funded by the National Institutes of Health. The project was just awarded a federal grant of over $380,000 to study how developing neural stem cells might cause malfunctions in the body that could cause epilepsy or autism. The Press of Atlantic City reports that this is the first grant Stockton has received from the NIH and represents a milestone for the university’s science program.

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