U Miami to Open Human Genomics Institute in '07; Has Hired Heads of Duke's Genetics Center to Run It | GenomeWeb
This update clarifies that Margaret Pericak-Vance is director and Jeffrey Vance is co-director of Duke University’s Center for Human Genetics.
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The University of Miami may soon open an Institute of Human Genomics at or near the University’s Miller School of Medicine, the university said yesterday.

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