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NIH Unveils Program To Create An “Intellectual Home” For Clinical And Translational Research

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

The Institutional Clinical and Translational Science Award invites applicants to develop degree-granting programs in clinical and translational research at their universities or academic health centers.

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