Georgetown Medical, DOE's Oak Ridge Lab Ink 5-Year Cooperation Agreement | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Georgetown University Medical Center and Oak Ridge National Laboratory have formalized their joint research relationship through a new five-year cooperative research and development agreement, GUMC said Thursday.
 
The agreement between GUMC and ORNL, which is a US Department of Energy lab focused on advanced sciences, including structural biology, covers research programs including biomarker studies, systems genetics, computational biology, and other areas.
 

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