Stranahan Award Supports Medical College Of Ohio s Fledgling Bioinformatics Program | GenomeWeb

A $300,000 matching grant from Ohio’s Stranahan Foundation will help Toledo’s Medical College of Ohio establish its new program in bioinformatics and proteomics/genomics.

The grant, which the MCO must match within a year, follows a $2 million grant from the MCO’s philanthropic arm, the MCO Foundation, and Mercy Health Partners to establish the program in cooperation with the nearby University of Toledo and Bowling Green State University.

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