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Science Grants

Following is a selection of grants that have been awarded recently by public and private funding sources. BIOMEDICINE: Six National Cooperative Vaccine Development Groups have been funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Each will be funded for three to five years and will receive approximately $4 million for the first year. The recipient universities and scien- tists are: University of Washington School of Medicine; L. Corey University of Massachusetts Medical

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Following is a selection of grants that have been awarded recently by public and private funding sources.

BIOMEDICINE: Six National Cooperative Vaccine Development Groups have been funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Each will be funded for three to five years and will receive approximately $4 million for the first year. The recipient universities and scien- tists are:

University of Washington School of Medicine; L. Corey

University of Massachusetts Medical Center F.A. Ennis

University of California at Davis School of Medicine; M.B. Gardner

Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research; R.C. Kennedy

Stanford University School of Medicine; E.S. Mocarski

Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research; R.A. Young

Research on oncogenes. $631,315 for five years from NIH (under MERIT program to reduce need for renewal applications by outstanding researchers) to Fox Chase Cancer Center, Pa.; M.W. Lieberman

Trauma research center. $3.2 million over five years from NIH to University of...

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