Grimm given research funding, has article published in 'Addiction Biology'
Jeff Grimm (Psychology) recently was awarded a "Research Supplement to Promote Diversity in Health-related Research." The award is tied to his current grant from the National Institutes of Health. The funding ($22,567) supports basic research on the neurobiology of craving by Kylan Dorsey, an undergraduate student majoring in behavioral neuroscience.
Additionally, Grimm's lab recently published an article in the journal "Addiction Biology." The paper is titled "Nicotine increases sucrose self-administration and seeking in rats." Four undergraduate co-authors helped write the paper.