NIH Awards $42M to Expand Human Microbiome Project | GenomeWeb

The National Institutes of Health today announced that it has awarded $42 million to "expand the scope" of eight different projects involved in the Human Microbiome Project.

The Human Microbiome Project is a five-year, $157 million project launched in 2008 as part of NIH's Common Funds Roadmap for Medical Research, and is designed to link changes in the human microbiome to health and disease.

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