Modell Foundation Pumps $1M into Primary Immunodeficiency Projects | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The Jeffrey Modell Foundation said today it has provided $1 million to fund five research projects developing methods for diagnosing and treating genetic immune deficiency diseases, or primary immunodeficiencies (PIs).

The foundation is not able to disclose the winners of the Translational Research Program grants at this time due to reasons of confidentiality, a spokesperson for JMF told GenomeWeb Daily News in an e-mail.

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