NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Clark Atlanta University tomorrow will publicly launch its Collaborative Cancer Genomics Center, a collaboration with the Georgia Institute of Technology and St. Joseph's Hospital in Atlanta that was funded with federal and regional public and private funds.

The CCGC will be a partnership between CAU's Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development, and Georgia Tech's Integrative Cancer Research Center, and it will integrate knowledge and resources from both universities.

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