Med. School Gets $38M Grant

The National Institutes of Health has given the Medical School $38 million to study cell migration. It’s what’s known as a “glue grant,” one that combines researchers from a varity of institutions to collaborate on a single research project. The study will hopefully reveal information about how cells migrate between parts of the body, which would, among other things, reveal how cancer spreads. For more information see UVa’s press release or David Glynn’s article in the Cav. Daily.

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