NIH Sets Aside $574M to Expand Translational Research Consortium | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Institutes of Health has set aside $574 million to expand a national consortium that aims to transform “how clinical and translational research is conducted” by adding a dozen new institutions to the program, the NIH said yesterday.
 
The Clinical Translational Science Awards consortium will use the cash to fuel translational research aimed at creating greater sharing between institutions and disciplines, including genomics.
 

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