NIH Offering $2.5M for Microbe-Host Biology Studies | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Institute of General Medical Sciences plans to provide $2.5 million for grants funding research that seeks to understand the basic principles and mechanisms that govern the dynamics of microbe and host relationships.

NIGMS expects to use the funding to support five or six grants with up to $250,000 per year over four years.

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