Yale Gets $12M for Brain Cancer Genomics Research

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The Yale School of Medicine has received a $12 million donation that it will use to launch a new research project focused on studying the genomics of glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) and other brain tumors, the university said this week.

The new Yale Program in Brain Tumor Research will conduct genomic sequencing and analysis of tumors in an effort to understand the basic biology of brain cancer and GBM in particular, which accounts for 60 percent of all brain tumors diagnosed in the US each year. Read more…

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