Norway's Centre for Molecular Medicine to Study Disease Mechanisms, Personalized Medicine | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The University of Oslo has formally marked the opening of the Centre for Molecular Medicine, which will focus on the molecular mechanisms of disease as well as personalized medicine.

The center, also known as NCMM, is designed to build on knowledge of the human genome and the tools of functional genomics, capitalize on Norway's existing molecular medicine research, and exploit biobanks and health registries in Norway and the Nordic nations.

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