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Lindsay Halladay receives $411,000 from The National Institutes of Health

Lindsay Halladay in the Psychology Department has received a $411,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health. These funds will support her project entitled "Cell-type and projection-specific dissection of the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis in the mediation of social behavioral deficits induced by early life adversity". Funding will support salary/wages and experiments to identify neural circuitry underlying stress-induced social behavioral deficits. This includes student, technician, and PI salaries, as well as equipment and supplies necessary to carry out proposed experiments stress-induced social behavioral deficits.
Lindsay Halladay in the Psychology Department has received a $411,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health. These funds will support her project entitled "Cell-type and projection-specific dissection of the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis in the mediation of social behavioral deficits induced by early life adversity".

Funding will support salary/wages and experiments to identify neural circuitry underlying stress-induced social behavioral deficits. This includes student, technician, and PI salaries, as well as equipment and supplies necessary to carry out proposed experiments stress-induced social behavioral deficits.