NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The Broad Institute today said it will use a $100-million donation to create a new center to study the genomics and chemical biology of psychiatric diseases.
 
The Broad said the gift came from the Stanley Medical Research Institute and will fund the creation of the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research. The funding will support 10 years of research, the Broad said.
 

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