Protein Structure Initiative Kick-Starts its Production Phase with $75 Million Proposal and RFAs | GenomeWeb

The National Institute for General Medical Studies’ Protein Structure Initiative is preparing to kick-start its production phase with the release of two new RFAs in the next month or two, and a proposed $75 million annual budget, PSI director John Norvell told ProteoMonitor.

This new push follows the PSI’s 5-year pilot phase, which has involved the funding of nine structural genomics centers across the US with $65 million in FY2003 and in FY2004, as well as about 25 to 30 smaller research grants funded through traditional NIGMS funding mechanisms.

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