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Grant: Francis Cucinotta
Francis Cucinotta (Health Physics and Diagnostic Sciences) received a five-year, $3.02 million RO1 grant from the National Cancer Institute for a project titled “Biophysical Description of Age and Dose Dependent Changes to Dendritic Morphology that Impact Cognition following Radiation Cancer Therapy.” The project includes work being conducted at the University of California, Irvine.
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