UA Student's Non-Opioid Pain Relief Research Highlighted In DC


"Seeing some of the ideas from the Khanna lab start to turn into products that may be able to benefit patients soon, I've been motivated to pursue a physician-scientist career," said UA neuroscience senior Lindsey Chew, about working in the lab of BIO5 member, Dr. Rajesh Khanna. Chew's entry in the Posters on the Hill exhibit at the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, D.C., explains the new pain therapy.