NIEHS Sets Aside $74M to Study Environmental Links to Disease | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Genomic technologies will play a role in a new $74 million National Institutes of Health initiative to study the links between the environment and disease.
 
The plan is part of a broader, multi-pronged government initiative announced this week by the NIH’s Environmental Health Sciences branch that could lead to new uses for certain genomic technology.

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