NIAID Funds RCE Centers; Proteomics Cores Part of $350M Biodefense Effort | GenomeWeb

The NIH last week awarded $350 million to eight institutions across the US to establish Regional Centers of Excellence for Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases. The winning institutions were: Duke University, Harvard Medical School, The New York State Department of Health, University of Chicago, University of Maryland-Baltimore, University of Texas Medical Branch, University of Washington, and Washington University in St. Louis. Proteomics research will play an integral role in all eight of the winning institutions’ projects.

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