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Henson Awarded $1,809,385 Grant from NIH for Continuing Study of the Human “Body Clock”
Michael Henson, Chemical Engineering and M2M, is the principal investigator for a three-university collaborative project, which involves creating mathematical models of “circadian rhythm” generation to better understand sleep disorders and other diseases triggered by the malfunction of this 24-hour “body clock” in humans.