UC lands $15M in effort to curb opioid deaths

The University of Cincinnati will receive $15 million in federal grants as part of an effort to drastically reduce opioid overdose deaths in the next three years.

The UC money will be part of a $65.9 million grant to Ohio research universities funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, which is part of the National Institutes of Health.

The award constitutes a partnership between UC, Ohio State University, RecoveryOhio and Case Western Reserve University as well as additional universities…

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