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NIH Grants $33 Million in Institutional Development Awards to Three States - October 29, 2007.

The National Center for Research Resources (NCRR), a part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), announced today it has provided nearly $33 million to fund three new Institutional Development Awards (IDeA). The awards support multidisciplinary centers -- each concentrating on one general area of research -- that strengthen institutional biomedical research capability and enhance research infrastructure. The IDeA program is designed to improve the competitiveness of investigators in states that historically have not received significant levels of competitive NIH research funding.

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Date:Oct 29, 2007
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