By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Broad Institute will use a new $32.5 million award to launch a collaborative lab that will focus on studies of the functioning of cell circuits in different types of cells and how they function in health and disease.

The donation from the Klarman Family Foundation will create the Klarman Cell Observatory, which will engage in experimental and computational research efforts and will partner with other Broad Institute scientists on collaborative projects.

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