NIH funds Center for Live Cell Genomics at UC Santa Cruz

The NIH Centers of Excellence in Genomic Science program has awarded $13.5 million over five years for a new center to advance genomics in biomedical research

(From left to right) David Haussler, Director of the UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute (Photo by Josh Edelson), Holger Schmidt, Kapany Professor of Optoelectronics and Director of the W. M. Keck Nanofabrication Facility (Photo by Carolyn Lagattuta), and Sofie Salama, adjunct professor of biomolecular engineering. (Photo by C. Lagattuta).

Tim Stephens | UCSC | Sept. 27, 2021

A new Center for Live Cell Genomics, funded by a five-year, $13.5-million grant from the National Institutes of Health, will bring together researchers at the UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute to develop new methods and experimental platforms for biomedical research using live cells and tissues.

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