Precision Medicine Effort at Indiana University Gets $40M Funding Commitment | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Indiana University has announced that its Precision Health Initiative will be the first program to receive funding under the institution's $300 million Grand Challenges Program, which aims to promote research that will benefit communities across the state.

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