Johns Hopkins Receives $30M Gift to Build Center Housing Personalized Medicine Research | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Johns Hopkins University announced on Monday that its Whiting School of Engineering has received a $30 million gift, which it will use to build a facility to house personalized medicine initiatives by the school as well as other areas.

The gift is from John Malone, chairman of Liberty Media and an alumnus of Johns Hopkins. He received his master's degree in industrial management from the school in 1964, and a PhD in operations in 1967.

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