NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Burnham Institute for Medical Research is changing its name following a $50 million pledge of support from T. Denny Sanford — the second eight-figure gift to the institute from the Sioux Falls, SD, philanthropist in the past three years.

"With this gift, I have challenged others to join me in supporting this life-changing science," Sanford said in a statement.

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