NIH, NSF, USDA Lead $12M Program for Infectious Disease Transmission Studies | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Three US funding agencies, along with partners in the UK and Israel, will provide up to $12 million next year to support multidisciplinary research projects that will use genomics and a wide range of other methods to better understand how infectious disease pathogens are transmitted and evolve.

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