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February 13th, 2007
NIH grant to fund research for clinical applications
The National Institutes of Health has awarded Brown a $150,000 grant to plan for a statewide collaborative effort to apply advanced medical research to practical clinical settings.
"We can't just do business as usual," Rosmarin said. A collaborative approach to translational research could be more effective in developing new techniques, such as nanotechnology approaches and global health initiatives, he said.
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