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In addition to Cooks and Eberlin, co-authors of the paper from Purdue include graduate student Alan Jarmusch. In addition to Agar and Golby, co-authors from Brigham and Women's Hospital include Isaiah Norton, Daniel Orringer, Ian Dunn, Xiaohui Liu and Jennifer Ide of the Department of Neurosurgery; Keith Ligon and Sandro Santagata of the Department of Pathology; and Ferenc Jolesz of the Department of Radiology.
The National Institutes of Health, James S. McDonnell Foundation, Brain Science Foundation and the Daniel E. Ponton Fund for the Neurosciences, and the Klarman Family Foundation funded this research.
This research was funded in part by National Institutes of Health, grants numbers 1DP2OD007383-01, K08NS064168, 1R21EB009459, P41EB015898 and P41RR019703.
Writer: Elizabeth K. Gardner
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