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Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine
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A collection of recent news stories highlighting the people and programs of UNLV.
Thirty-eight faculty will receive a combined $332,270 in seed funding for their research, scholarship, and creative activity.
Funding from National Institutes of Health will support human genetics research, develop pipeline of scientists working to make Nevada a leader in personalized medicine.
This neuroscientist joined UNLV to discover how DNA contributes to disease development or prevention.
Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine gene researchers clear the air on the link between schizophrenia and smoking.
The Mountain West Clinical Translational Research Infrastructure Network helps 13 universities support the faculty and research that will improve human health in seven states.
A sampling of UNLV media coverage regarding high-achieving students and young alumni.
Media coverage from 2015 highlighting research partnerships between UNLV and industry that support regional economic development.
UNLV researchers made national headlines this year with their discoveries. Here's a round up of some of our top stories of 2015.
Three UNLV graduates were recognized by President Len Jessup during Winter Commencement Dec. 15 for their academic and research excellence.
From law to health to advocacy to science, UNLV professors tackle HIV prevention, education and treatment both domestically and abroad.
A professor in the Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine and in the psychology department, Chen enjoys both research and travel — and says the two have a lot in common.
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Nevada Institute Of Personalized Medicine In The News
With a new $11.4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, UNLV wants to help the country move to a more data-driven approach to medicine.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas was awarded a $11.4 million federal grant to further its research in the the emerging field of personalized medicine.
This week UNLV was awarded an $11.4 million grant from the National Institute of Health to advance the university’s efforts in personalized medicine.
On May 6, the “All of Us” study started enrolling participants. This national study will be one of the largest ever examining the connection between genetics, behavior and medical outcomes, with a goal of 1 million or more participants. Anyone over the age of 18 in the U.S. can join.
Perhaps this was on your mind this morning when you were getting ready for work: Pressure-induced Tetrahedral to Orthombic Phase Transition in MgF2.