NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard announced on Tuesday that it has launched the Merkin Institute for Transformative Technologies in Healthcare, a new center focused on early-stage technologies for disease research.

The Merkin Institute is being established with unspecified funding from Heritage Provider Network President and CEO Richard Merkin, who formed the Merkin Institute Fellows program at the Broad in 2012.

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