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UAB Receives Prestigious BRAIN Initiative Grant for Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson's Disease

UAB has received a BRAIN Initiative grant of $7.3 million from NIH to study new technology that could improve outcomes from deep brain stimulation. UAB investigators will assess next-generation DBS technology which can direct current in specific directions in the brain, allowing for a more tailored approach to DBS.
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