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South Dakota University Wins $16.1M NIH Grant to Study Genomics, Proteomics

NEW YORK, Oct. 15 (GenomeWeb News) - The National Institute of Health has awarded the Universityof South Dakota$16.1 million to help support R&D in genomics and proteomics.


The five-year grant, the largest biomedical research award ever awarded in the state, will help research and science at the USD and the following South Dakotainstitutions: AugustanaCollege, Black HillsStateUniversity, DakotaWesleyanUniversity, MountMartyCollege, OglalaLakotaCollege, and SissetonWahpetonCollege, according to a local news report.



The report said the grant will "create new opportunities and jobs throughout South Dakotaand continue efforts to make the state a top research center in proteomics and genomics."

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