NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Institutes of Health plans to renew a program that will fund collaborative translational research projects engaging extramural researchers and intramural investigators that will use the resources available through the NIH Clinical Center.

The funding announcements for these partnership grants, which could involve a wide range of research areas of interest to many NIH institutes, are expected to be published this fall, NIH said in a notice.

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