NHGRI offers $31.5M to beef up human genome catalog

10/11/2011 | GenomeWeb Daily News (free registration)

The National Human Genome Research Institute is offering up to $31.5 million for three projects to deepen the understanding of the human genome. In one project, $23 million will be awarded next year to expand the genetic maps for cells, tissues and genomic activities. Another project will spend $3 million to develop improved methods of data analysis for the study of disease. The NHGRI will also spend $5.5 million for a data analysis center and a data management center.

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