The National Institutes of Health has made $55 million in awards as part of the Obama administration’s Precision Medicine Initiative to support longitudinal research involving the medical information of 1 million or more volunteers.
The awards will support a data and research support center and participant technologies center, as well as other areas of investment that will fund technology that will contain a wide range of health, environment and lifestyle information from study participants.
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