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African genomics training grant winners announced

Four African projects will share US$5 million from the US National Institutes of Health to train bioinformatics researchers, the Human Heredity and Health in Africa initiative announced on 25 September.

H3Africa is designed to bolster genomics research on the continent, and to give African scientists the opportunity to lead cutting-edge genomic research. It is funded by the NIH, the UK-based Wellcome Trust and pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline. The training grants announced this month are administered by the NIH’s Fogarty Center.

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