NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The New York Genome Center and the University of Buffalo have received $105 million in state funding to work together in pursuing genomic medicine advances and computational biomedical research, NYGC and UB said today.

The funding, which New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo unveiled in his "State of the State" remarks today, will provide $55 million to NYGC and $50 million to the University of Buffalo to create the NY Genomic Medicine Network.

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