Eleven Consortium investigators win funds for new, interdisciplinary cancer research collaborations
Oct. 19, 2009
The Fred Hutchinson/University of Washington Cancer Consortium has announced 11 pilot studies that will be funded at $40,000 each to Consortium investigators. The awards will support cancer-related research in 2009-10.
Stephen Friend heads Sage Bionetworks, a new nonprofit developing an open-access Internet database to share genomic data and disease models across academia and industry
Aug. 31, 2009
| By Brad Broberg
That’s why Friend has left industry to start Sage Bionetworks, a nonprofit institute hoasted by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center working to create an open-access Internet database for researchers worldwide to share their genomic data and casual disease models—a public commons of sorts for human biology.
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