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Where did Linton spend our research money?

6/14/2011: From the UO press office today:

University of Oregon research on human physiology — particularly blood flow’s role in helping to maintain the stability of internal organs — is getting a boost from a $400,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Defense for the purchase of state-of-the-art monitoring equipment. …

Researchers on the grant are Paul van Donkelaar, Li-Shan Chou, Hans Dreyer, John Halliwill, Andrew Karduna, Andrew Lovering and Christopher Minson, all in the department of human physiology, and Scott Frey in the psychology department.

Actually, Frey and van Donkelaar are both leaving UO this summer – for Missouri and Canada, respectively.

One Comment

  1. Anonymous 06/15/2011

    Sorry to see them both go. What effect will Frey’s departure have on LCNI?

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