Cedars-Sinai Awards $675K in Grants as Part of Precision Medicine Campaign | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Cedars-Sinai has awarded $675,000 to eight of its researchers as part of a newly launched initiative promoting novel technologies and approaches for personalized medicine at the institution.

Called Cedars-Sinai Precision Health, the program aims to "drive the development of the newest technology and best research, coupled to the finest clinical practice, to rapidly deliver precise and personalized healthcare solutions," Dermot McGovern, who is directing the effort, said in a statement.

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