NHGRI Awards $30M for Genomic Centers of Excellence at Dana-Farber, Stanford | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The National Human Genome Research Institute today awarded around $30 million to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and Stanford University under its Centers of Excellence in Genomic Science program.
 
The five-year awards will provide around $16 million to Dana Farber to create a new Center of Excellence and around $14 million for an existing center at Stanford.
 

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