NIH to Award $2M in FY 2005 for Predictive ADME-Tox

The National Institutes of Health has issued a request for applications for new methods for predicting ADME-Tox profiles.

The project, “Novel Preclinical Tools for Predictive ADME-Toxicology,” is an NIH Roadmap initiative.

NIH said that it intends to commit around $2 million in fiscal year 2005 to fund four to seven new grants in response to the RFA.

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