NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Institute of Drug Abuse on Friday said it will fund a new program with three funding sources to study the roles genes and molecular pathways and processes play in addiction.
 
These three funding opportunities within the Functional Genetics and the Genomics of Drug Addiction program will enable the study of a broad range of subjects covering the genomics of addiction. NIDA did not say how much funding is available in total, but did place limits on grant amounts for two of them.

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