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Building a Biodefense Grant

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Barbara Mulach and Maria Giovanni, both members of NIAID, regularly attend meetings and host talks, spending much of their time trying to stir up interest in biodefense research among scientists. “We’re very aware of trying to bring new people into biodefense because there haven’t been that many people working on [it],” says Giovanni, assistant director for microbial genomics and advanced technologies. So far, she adds, “there’s been a huge response.”

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