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Timothy Duong, PhD - TEST

I am extremely grateful for the multiple IIMS/CTSA Pilot and TTR grant awards from the IIMS/CTSA over the past 3 years. The missions of our laboratory are to develop in-vivo MRI technologies for studying the brain and the retina, in animal models and humans. We focus on applying these imaging technologies to study ischemic stroke and retinal disease (retinal degeneration and diabetic retinopathy) in both animal models and humans. These IIMS/CTSA awards broadly supported all major aspects of our work and missions, and they have helped to move our research forward.

Specifically, these awards have enabled and continue to enable in very substantial ways: i) the development and testing of novel ideas and projects working with our collaborators, ii) many publications, iii) the expansion of works on a few NIH-funded grants, iv) the successful competitive renewal of an NIH grant award, v) submission of three NIH grants, and vi) and the support of many pilot experiments carried out by our PhD and MD students and postdoctoral trainees who subsequently obta

I am extremely grateful for the multiple IIMS/CTSA Pilot and TTR grant awards from the IIMS/CTSA over the past 3 years. The missions of our laboratory are to develop in-vivo MRI technologies for studying the brain and the retina, in animal models and humans. We focus on applying these imaging technologies to study ischemic stroke and retinal disease (retinal degeneration and diabetic retinopathy) in both animal models and humans. These IIMS/CTSA awards broadly supported all major aspects of our work and missions, and they have helped to move our research forward. Specifically, these awards have enabled and continue to enable in very substantial ways: i) the development and testing of novel ideas and projects working with our collaborators, ii) many publications, iii) the expansion of works on a few NIH-funded grants, iv) the successful competitive renewal of an NIH grant award, v) submission of three NIH grants, and vi) and the support of many pilot experiments carried out by our PhD and MD students and postdoctoral trainees who subsequently obta

I am extremely grateful for the multiple IIMS/CTSA Pilot and TTR grant awards from the IIMS/CTSA over the past 3 years. The missions of our laboratory are to develop in-vivo MRI technologies for studying the brain and the retina, in animal models and humans. We focus on applying these imaging technologies to study ischemic stroke and retinal disease (retinal degeneration and diabetic retinopathy) in both animal models and humans. These IIMS/CTSA awards broadly supported all major aspects of our work and missions, and they have helped to move our research forward. Specifically, these awards have enabled and continue to enable in very substantial ways: i) the development and testing of novel ideas and projects working with our collaborators, ii) many publications, iii) the expansion of works on a few NIH-funded grants, iv) the successful competitive renewal of an NIH grant award, v) submission of three NIH grants, and vi) and the support of many pilot experiments carried out by our PhD and MD students and postdoctoral trainees who subsequently obta