Grant: $638,585 - National Institutes of Health - Sep. 21, 2009
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Award Description: To expand the scope of ongoing preclinical studies of nicotine vaccines as a therapeutic strategy for treating tobacco addiction, through the introduction of methods to deliver nicotine to rats via inhalation of cigarette smoke. These methods will be used to better characterize the mechanism of action of nicotine immunotherapies and study approaches to enhancing their efficacy.
Project Description: Since the award date was 09/30/09, this award has not started yet.
Jobs Summary: The budget start date of this project is 09/30/09 so no new jobs have been created. The award is expected to save up to 1.7 FTE's which would otherwise be eliminated due to budget cuts. (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Not Started
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