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The National Science Foundation has awarded Dr. Bob Poage, Associate Professor at UNC Pembroke a grant to develop computer simulations which may be used to test new methods of treating neuromuscular diseases.

This project, entitled “Presynaptic structure-function relationships that control AP waveforms, calcium ion, entry, and transmitter release at neuromuscular junctions (NMJs)” will be conducted by UNCP undergraduate students serving as research trainees in Dr. Poage’s lab in collaboration with a team of investigators and other trainees from Carnegie Mellon University, University of Pittsburgh and University of Maryland at Baltimore.

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