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September 18th, 2007

NIH gives $31M for Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute

Abstract:
ACTSI will bring together laboratory scientists with clinical investigators, community clinicians, professional societies and industry collaborators in a variety of dynamic programs and research projects. The institute will apply new research methods in genomics, imaging, nanotechnology, proteomics, metabolomics, glycomics and informatics to develop the most advanced and innovative therapies. It also will create and sustain partnerships to conduct community-based clinical research with Atlanta's disadvantaged communities.

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