The Wolfe-Harris Center for Clinical Studies (WHCCS) at Northwestern Health Sciences University will receive nearly $3 million in federal funding to conduct two new clinical trials.
"We are extremely proud of the groundbreaking research being done at the Wolfe-Harris Center for Clinical Studies," said Mark Zeigler, DC, president of Northwestern. "For nearly two decades our world-renowned research team has been an international leader in conducting research intended to develop new models of evidence-informed, patient-centered care."
Both awards are part of a large grant-writing effort completed by Northwestern's research department earlier this spring. With the addition of these two new studies, the university has secured more than $13 million in federal funding in the past decade.
Source: Northwestern Health Sciences University.