NIH Proposes Informatics Infrastructure Improvements to Better Support Biomedical Research | GenomeWeb

This article has been updated to state that the dollar amount of NIH's infrastructure investment is on a per year basis rather than the total investment for the entire program as previously reported.

As part of its efforts to strengthen biomedical research in the US, the National Institutes of Health is revisiting the informatics infrastructure it has in place for managing and sharing large biomedical datasets and has proposed a number of initiatives that are expected to be in place by 2015.

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