NIH awards grants to 3 universities for informatics pilot projects

01/27/2009 | Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

The NIH has awarded two-year contracts for three pilot projects that aim to improve informatics support for scientists collaborating on clinical and translational research into new health care strategies and treatments. Case Western Reserve University, the University of Washington and Vanderbilt University will be the lead institutions of the pilot projects.

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