Pennsylvania Health Department Funds Translational 'Omics Projects | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Pennsylvania's Department of Health has awarded several million dollars in funding to research institutes and clinical science centers in the state that seek to translate genomics research for clinical use.

Award winners included Geisinger Clinic, the University of Pennsylvania, Thomas Jefferson University, and Carnegie Mellon University.

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