Montreal Researchers Win Leukemia, Lymphoma Grants | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Cole Foundation has awarded C$700,000 ($720,000) in new grants to researchers at the University of Montreal and McGill University to fund a range of studies focused on leukemia and lymphoma that affects people under the age of 25, the University of Montreal said Tuesday.

The fellowship grants to 14 young researchers will support genomics and molecular biology-based research aimed at discovering new ways to understand and diagnose these diseases.

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