$6M grant renews center that seeks to understand science of drug abuse
Left to right: Elena Romanova, Jonathan Sweedler, Sandra Rodriguez-Zas
Left to right: Elena Romanova, Jonathan Sweedler, Sandra Rodriguez-Zas
September 12, 2019
 

With the goal of advancing the understanding of the neurochemistry of addiction, the Neuroproteomics and Neurometabolomics Center on Cell-Cell Signaling at the University of Illinois has had its funding renewed by the National Institute on Drug Abuse with a $6 million grant. Animal sciences professor Sandra Rodriguez-Zas runs the Bioinformatics, Data Analytics, and Predictive Modeling Core of the center.

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