Drake University Wins $60K Grant from Iowa Regents Board to Build PGx Training, Research Lab | GenomeWeb

With a $60,000 grant from the Iowa Board of Regents, Drake University will build a pharmacogenomics laboratory that will train its students in the discipline, and could potentially attract research and product-development collaborations with industry partners.

"We envision the Pharmacogenomics Training and Research Laboratory to be a training [and] teaching facility first and foremost," Pramod Mahajan, associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences at Drake University and the recipient of the grant, told Pharmacogenomics Reporter last week.

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