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2018 Life Science R&D Expenditures: $25,002,000
2020 NIH Funding: $48,796,171
The Center for Human Reference Genome Diversity at UCSC received $3.4M from the NIH in 2020 to develop and deploy new genome sequencing technologies, to generate high-quality genomes at a reduced time and cost. The project has received over $6.7M in funding since 2019.
Researchers at UCSC received $2.3M in 2019 from the National Institute on Aging, to study the mechanism of intergenerational epigenetic inheritance.
The Center for Big Data in Translational Genomics at UCSC received $1M in 2018 from the NIH, to develop standard Application Programing Interfaces and tools, to make interoperable software solutions for the study of genomes and transcriptomes. The project has received over $14.8M in funding since 2016.
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