FSU: World-class researcher leads new campuswide center on behavioral health

FSU: World-class researcher leads new campuswide center on behavioral health

Florida State University’s research reputation is set to receive a boost with the arrival of a highly regarded behavioral researcher whose focus includes improving the health of minority adolescents.  Sylvie Naar, described as a “force of nature” by her department head in the College of Medicine, has been hired to direct FSU’s new Center for Translational Behavioral Research.

FSU: World-class researcher leads new campuswide center on behavioral health

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