On April 14, 2015, Dr. Nadine Kabbani and Neuroscience graduate student Justin King received a 4-VA research award for their project entitled Mechanisms of susceptibility to nicotine addiction in adolescents: A focus on the addition of menthol to tobacco products. This project is a collaboration between George Mason University and The University of Virginia.
The 4-VA collaborative was created in 2010 by the presidents of George Mason University, James Madison University, University of Virginia and Virginia Tech. One of its goals is to increase collaborative research among member institutions and expand opportunities for Virginians to complete their education. 4-VA is funded and supported by the state legislature.
April 24, 2015