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NEW YORK – The HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology has been awarded two separate multi-million-dollar grants from the National Institutes of Health to further its efforts in population-level clinical genomics and pediatric sequencing for disease research and diagnosis.

Shawn Levy, a faculty investigator and the founding director of the Genomic Services Laboratory at HudsonAlpha, is the principal investigator on both grants, which started in late September.

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