NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – University College Dublin and biomedical outsource development firm ICON have struck a partnership under which ICON will support a genomics fellowship, a science center, and research programs at UCD, the company said today.

ICON, which is headquartered in Dublin, said today that it has established the ICON Newman Fellowship in Genomics, a two-year post-doctoral fellowship at the UCD School of Medicine and Medical Science and the UCD Complex and Adaptive Systems Laboratory.

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