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National Multiple Sclerosis Society grant funds new study model

National Multiple Sclerosis Society grant funds new study model

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society has provided a grant to a School of Medicine professor to explore a new model of MS pathology. Alexander Gow, Ph.D., the Charles H. Gershenson Distinguished Fellow Professor and associate director of the WSU Center for Molecular Medicine and Genetics, will use the three-year, $663,959 grant for his study. More

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Dr. Levy-Wayne State to lead Detroit site in new national heart failure study
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Wayne State journalism professor assembling model to show 'viral news' surrounding the Civil War
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Wayne State Campus Wi-Fi Update
Get connected! WSU-SECURE is the preferred Wi-Fi network for anyone that has a Wayne State AccessID. Students, staff, and faculty...Jul 2 2015
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