Group commits $2M to Dayton neuro research

Story excerpt provided by Dayton Daily News.

Written by Thomas Gnau.

Leaders of the Wright State University-Premier Health Neuroscience Institute and Dayton Children’s Hospital believe a new affiliation announced Thursday will help patients and strengthen Dayton as a home to neuro-trauma research.

The alliance means a nearly $2 million investment into medical research in the Dayton area, including a new professor/researcher position at Wright State. That researcher — funded by Dayton Children’s — will have a lab and a staff of five to eight people focused on pediatric neurological issues, said Dr. Timothy Cope, director of the four-year-old local neuroscience institute.

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Originally published July 10, 2014.

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