A new program will fund training in genomics and informatics for genotype-phenotype studies of eye diseases.
The University of Pittsburgh will use WaferGen's system for high-throughput gene expression studies.
The grants will go to deep sequencing studies of genomic variants and structures that may indicate addiction risks.
The $4.6 million in 2010 will support research centers using genomics, proteomics, and other approaches to study hematologic disorders.
The $4.5 million in grants will support research that uses 'omics data to understand HIV/AIDS and substance abuse.
The Protein Structure Initiative funding will support the development of tools for studying high-throughput structure determination.
The trans-NIIH program will support a wide range of studies to develop new, breakthrough ideas and tools.
Brigham and Women's Hospital and Children's Hospital Boston won a $4.2 million grant to identify causes of congenital heart disease.
The company will use the NIH funding to develop its cell motility line for the high-throughput screening market.
The NIH funding will support young investigators in their research and as they develop their careers in cancer genetics.
Researchers uncovered the HIV virus within a tissue sample collected in 1966, the Atlantic reports.
Nature News reports there are a handful of clinical trials underway to evaluate vaginal microbiome seeding of newborns born via caesarian section.
The Washington Post writes that humans may have contributed to the extinction of cave bears some 20,000 years ago.
In PLOS this week: gene variant may protect against trypanosomiasis, GLIS3 role in type 2 diabetes, and more.