Dartmouth To Lead Genetics Research Project

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Scientists at the Dartmouth College Medical School are going to use an $11 million grant to work with their colleagues throughout northern New England to study the way genetics and the environment work together to trigger and prevent disease.

The grant from the National Institutes of health will help Dartmouth establish a Center of Biomedical Research Excellence.

The center will recruit and train young biologists who will investigate the interaction between genes and the environment.

Dartmouth Medical School scientists will work with colleagues from around the region, including the University of Vermont.

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