NIGMS to Establish Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology | GenomeWeb

PHILADELPHIA, July 30 – The National Institute of General Medical Sciences is in the process of recruiting a director for a new bioinformatics and computational biology center that it will establish within a year, NIGMS director Marvin Cassman said Monday at the 15 th Symposium of The Protein Society in Philadelphia.

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