NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Institutes of Health will fund grants to investigators who want to pursue zebrafish research projects, including those proposing specific genetic screens and new technologies to study the zebrafish, the NIH said this week.
 
These R01 grants will fund budgets under $500,000 in costs per year for project durations of up to five years, the NIH said in two program announcements. 
 

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