NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Human Genome Research Institute has allocated $1.8 million to fund between two and four projects to conduct genome-wide association and replication studies that explore environmental and genetic influences on human disease.
 
The two-year grants, which will be disbursed from fiscal 2008 funds, will be administered under the National Institutes of Health’s Genes, Environment, and Health Initiative, a program the NIH announced in November.
 

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