NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Institute of General Medical Sciences plans to offer $1.6 million to fund three or four new grants to study the genetic mechanisms that underlie complex human phenotypes, and how these different traits are encoded in DNA.
The National Institutes of Health said it is asking researchers, including those working in academic, small business, or government labs, to submit proposals for up to $250,000 to be granted over four years.

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