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Research development in the treatment of emotionally disturbed patients is underway at the Boston University Medical Center with the aid of a $470,280 grant from the United States Public Health Service. The title of the grant is "Methodology of Outpatient Drug Research", a goal of the recently established Psychopharmacology Laboratory at Boston University School of Medicine and Massachusetts Memorial Hospitals. Recipients of the five year grant are Seymour Fisher, MD, and Peter H. Knapp, MD, both of Boston University Medical Center.The Center has also received a renewal grant exceeding $2,000,000 from the National Heart Institute which will support research on cardiovascular diseases under the supervision of Robert W. Wilkins, MD, director of the Evans Clinical Research Department of the Massachusetts Memorial Hospitals. The grant, originally made in 1962 for a period of six months and extended for another six years, will be used for payment of salaries
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