$1.8 Million Awarded for Pain Research

Researchers from the U of Michigan received $1.8 Million to develop a new therapy for neuropathic pain, which is a condition in which patients experience pain due to damage to a nerve without obvious injury to the tissue. “This grant will allow us to take the critical step in translating laboratory findings into human therapy,” says principal investigator David Fink, M.D., Robert Brear professor and chair of the Department of Neurology. 

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U-M Researchers Receive $1.8 Million Grant to Develop New Therapy for Neuropathic Pain

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