Emory, Ohio State Launch Personalized Medicine Partnership | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Emory University and Ohio State University are pulling together their biomedical and biotechnology resources to start a personalized medicine partnership that will focus on genomics, clinical trials, bioinformatics, technology transfer, and environmental and behavioral research, Emory said yesterday.
 

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