European 'Pathogenomics' Network Will Focus More on Host-Pathogen Interaction | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — A network of 37 genomics research groups from 13 European countries has adopted an agenda for pathogenomics research that includes increasing emphasis on pathogen/host interaction and on using bioinformatics technologies, according to the alliance.
 
The Network of Excellence EuroPathoGenomics is a five-year, €6.7-million ($9 million) European Commission initiative begun in 2005. The group met in April to outline a new direction for its programs and to discuss the future of genomics research in Europe.

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