Mayo Clinic's Minnesota Branch Lands $3M for Genomics Research | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Two Minnesota foundations have awarded a total of $3 million to Mayo Clinic's Rochester branch for genomics research, the Mayo Clinic said yesterday.
 
The clinic will receive $2 million from the Curtis L. Carlson Family Foundation to endow the Carlson Family Professorship in Genomics Research and $1 million from the Nelson Family Foundation to establish the Nelson Family Genomics Research Fund.
 

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