UofM awarded $6.7 million grant through the Study of Adolescent to Adult Neural Development (SAND)

The MiND Lab is part of a team that was awarded a 6.7 million dollar grant to study poverty-related adversity and its affects on threat and reward systems and the development of depression and anxiety. Specifically, this study will allow Dr. Hyde, Dr. Chris Monk, Dr. Colter Mitchell, and their teams to focus on low-income and African American populations, and see how these types of adversity change the brain.

 

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