NIH Sets Aside $10 Million for New
PGx-Related Funding Opportunities

Three institutes of the National Institutes of Health have set aside more than $10 million over the next three years in a search for the design and analysis of genome-wide association studies for a variety of diseases, according to a request for applications issued by the agency last week.

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