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NEW YORK – The National University of Ireland Galway said today that it has launched the SFI Centre for Research Training in Genomics Data Science, which has received €13 million ($14.3 million) from the Science Foundation Ireland.

The funding will be used to train 115 doctoral students in genomics data science over the next seven years, with the first cohort entering the program this month. Students will be guided in their research by more than 70 genomics data science group leaders at five institutions across Ireland.

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