Award-winning UMKC pharmacy professor racks up 2 more NIH grants worth $3.5M

University of Missouri-Kansas City Professor Kun Cheng is proving successful at winning grants to fund his research. Recently, the National Institutes of Health awarded a pair of grants — worth $3.53 million over the next five years — to Cheng to continue his work developing targeted delivery systems for drugs that treat cancer and liver disease. Read the full article in the Kansas City Business Journal…

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