NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The Commonwealth of Virginia today announced a partnership between George Mason University and Inova, one of the state's largest healthcare systems, which will yield several new research centers.

In addition to agreeing to share resources and conduct research on personalized medicine, the partners will establish the Inova-Mason Proteomics Center, a scientific connector facility, and the Personalized Medicine Public Policy and Ethics Institute. The proteomics center and the connector facility will be located at the Inova Center for Personalized Health.

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