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    Principal investigators Meng and Ahmed awarded NIH T32 grant , article

    A new, five-year NIH T32 grant awarded to principal investigators X.J. Meng and Ansar Ahmed will enable VA-MD Vet Med researchers and faculty mentors university-wide to train veterinarians to become world-class biomedical researchers who pursue a research-related careers

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    Co-investigator Theus awarded Commonwealth Health Research Board grant , article

    A new, three-year Commonwealth Health Research Board grant has been awarded to principal investigator Alicia Pickrell and co-investigator Michelle Theus to dissect the role of interferon in traumatic brain injury and to investigate the potential to mitigate this interferon pathway as a potential therapy for traumatic brain injury.

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    Theus publishes in The Journal of Clinical Investigation , article

    "EphA4/Tie2 crosstalk regulates leptomeningeal collateral remodeling following ischemic stroke" by Benjamin Okyere, William A. Mills III, Xia Wang, Michael Chen, Jiang Chen, Amanda Hazy, Yun Qian, John B. Matson, and Michelle H. Theus has been published in The Journal of Clinical Investigation.

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    Principal investigator Theus awarded NIH R01 grant , article

    A new, four-year NIH R01 grant has been awarded to principal investigator Michelle Theus and co-investigator Chang Lu to investigate the potential for restorative innate immune immunological intervention to improve traumatic brain injury.

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    Theus presents at National Capital Area Traumatic Brain Injury Research Symposium, NIH , article

    Michelle Theus, associate professor of molecular and cellular neurobiology in the Department of Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology, presented "Advancing Basic and Translational Research for Traumatic Brain Injuries" at the National Capital Area Traumatic Brain Injury Research Symposium sponsored by the National Institutes of Health. Her presentation explored how brain-peripheral immune crosstalk is crucial for restoring function after traumatic brain injury.

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    Principal investigator Theus and co-investigators Xie and Matson awarded NIH R01 grant , article

    A new, five-year NIH R01 grant has been awarded to principal investigator Michelle Theus and co-investigators David Xie and John Matson to improve the research and medical communities’ understanding of collateral remodeling following stroke and how this impacts the microenvironment in which neurons repair themselves.

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    Co-investigator Theus awarded NIH R01 grant , article

    A new, four-year NIH R01 grant has been awarded to principal investigator Jennifer Munson and co-investigators Michelle Theus, Michelle Olsen, and Ian Kimbrough to investigate the clearance of amyloid protein in Alzheimer's disease.