NIH Issues Two New Funding Opportunities, and Reissues an Older One, All with RNAi Potential | GenomeWeb

The National Institutes of Health issued two new funding opportunity announcements late last month for projects focused on the impact of cellular, molecular, and genomic technologies on cancer care and non-viral gene transfer systems, both of which specifically name RNA interference as a research avenue.

The NIH also reissued an FOA for grants focused on Alzheimer's disease drug discovery, which also cites RNAi as a key area of research.

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