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NIH to Award $5M Per Year Through 2011 for Bioinformatics Research
 
The National Library of Medicine plans to grant up to $5 million dollars per year over the next three years to fund a number of research programs that can help advance biomedical informatics, according to a recent program announcement from the National Institutes of Health.
 
The NIH research project grant, which is a reissue of a 2005 funding program, will support between 12 and 15 programs for up to three years, NIH said.

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