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Dana-Farber Receives $16.5M Gift to Establish
Proteomics Center; Aims to Improve Mass Specs

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute received a $16.5 million gift from John "Jack" Blais and Shelley Blais, the largest gift from an individual, the institute said this week.

The Cancer Institute will use the money to establish the Blais Proteomics Center, a protein research facility to accelerate Dana-Farber scientists' research on developing proteomic techniques. Jarrod Marto, recently recruited to the institute, will direct the new center.

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