HSC receives more than $500,000 from Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
"This is exceptional news for our institution," said Brian Herman, Ph.D., vice president for research. "We had a limit of 22 proposals that we could submit, and received 6 percent of the awards and 6 percent of the money."
The ARP/ATP grants were created by the Texas Legislature in 1987 as competitive, peer-reviewed grants programs to fund scientific and engineering research projects of faculty members at Texas higher education institutions.
"It is a rigorous peer-review process in which our institution performed very well," Dr. Herman said. "We’re proud to be the state’s top health-institution recipient. This proves that our research is recognized as state-of-the-art, and the contributions of our researchers are being recognized more broadly in the state of Texas. I am hopeful and expect that our success with this program will only continue to grow."
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