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HIGHEST NIH FY1994 R01* AWARDS WITH ADEQUATE MINORITY REPRESENTATION

HIGHEST NIH FY1994 R01* AWARDS WITH ADEQUATE MINORITY REPRESENTATION Date: March 6, 1995 Principal Study Name Amount Guy L. Clifton,Univ.Texas Health Sciences CenterNational Acute Brain Injury Study--Hypothermia $2,271,836 Maria J. Wawer,Columbia Univ. STD Control for AIDS Prevention 1,647,905 John C.S.Breitner,Duke Univ.Epidemiology of Alzheimer's Dementia 1,558,317 Paolo G. Toniolo,NYU Med. Ctr. Women's Health Study 1,053,779 Larry C. Clark,Univ. of Arizon Nutritional Pre

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HIGHEST NIH FY1994 R01* AWARDS WITH ADEQUATE MINORITY REPRESENTATION

Date: March 6, 1995

Principal Study Name Amount
Guy L. Clifton,
Univ.Texas Health Sciences Center
National Acute Brain Injury Study--Hypothermia $2,271,836
Maria J. Wawer,
Columbia Univ.
STD Control for AIDS Prevention 1,647,905
John C.S.Breitner,
Duke Univ.
Epidemiology of Alzheimer's Dementia 1,558,317
Paolo G. Toniolo,
NYU Med. Ctr.
Women's Health Study 1,053,779
Larry C. Clark,
Univ. of Arizon
Nutritional Prevention of Cancer 1,048,485
Curt R. Freed,
Colorado Health Sciences Ctr.
Embryonic Dopamine Cell Implants for Parkinsonism 1,019,956
* Individual-Investigator Awards
Source: National Institutes of Health

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