UGA Receives $5 Million for Parkinson's Research
The University of Georgia is receiving some federal funding to support its efforts in battling Parkinson’s Disease. UGA will $5 million as part of the omnibus spending package passed by Congress and signed by President Joe Biden on Tuesday, March 15th. The funds, which will support new facilities and equipment for the Johnny Isakson Center for Brain Science and Neurological Disorders at UGA, augment the University’s major investment in brain research and neurological disorders.
The funding line was added to the federal spending bill by U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., a longtime colleague and friend of Isakson, who died in December.
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