“NIH Awards $2.3 Million to TMI Professor Fighting Diseases Through Innovative Cell Research” is locked NIH Awards $2.3 Million to TMI Professor Fighting Diseases Through Innovative Cell Research

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NIH Awards $2.3 Million to TMI Professor Fighting Diseases Through Innovative Cell Research

Texas Materials Institute is proud to announce that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) awarded a highly competitive research grant of $2.3 million in total costs to Dr. Yuebing Zheng, for his innovative approach to addressing challenges in biomedical research. Yuebing Zheng, TMI member and assistant professor of mechanical engineering in the Cockrell School of Engineering, will receive the grant over five years. He is part of the NIH Director’s New Innovator Awards, established in 2007 to support early-career investigators conducting…