Canadians Receive $123 Million For Genome Research

Published: Apr 15, 2004

Canadian genomic scientists will share $123 million in research funding for new applied health technologies, a federal agency announced Tuesday. Genome Canada is launching 14 new large-scale projects across Canada that were reviewed by an international scientific panel. The projects aim to develop tools to improve the prediction, prevention and treatment of human disease, said Dr. Martin Godbout, president and CEO of Genome Canada.

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