NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Thirteen new genomics projects will receive funding and are underway in Europe under the ERA-Net Pathogenomics initiative, which is focused on using genomics to study diagnosis, monitoring, prevention, and treatment of infectious diseases.

The research teams will receive a total of €17 million ($23.8 million) over three years to conduct applied genomics studies, with the funding coming from the countries involved, including Germany, Austria, Finland, France, Hungary, Portugal, Slovenia, and Spain.

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