NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The BC Proteomics Network said yesterday that it has received funding from the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research totaling $1.6 million over five years.

The money is a renewal of a previous five-year award from MSFHR, and is intended to help the network expand its proteomics-based offerings to clinical practices and health systems in British Columbia. It will also help the organization move toward financial sustainability.

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