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Fogarty International Center announces new research training program in genetics

s of the programs development. Keusch noted, Our consultation with scientists from the developing world was crucial in helping us understand where the needs are most critical as we consider the nexus between genetic technology and public health.

FIC led the development of the program as part of its ongoing approach to supporting and promoting partnerships among research institutions in developed and developing countries. The use of genetic tools and bioinformatics, and a firm knowledge base in ethical issues and clinical and operational health research form the core of our approach to building strong scientific partnerships with relevancy in the 21st century, said Keusch.


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Contact: Jennifer Cabe
jennifercabe@nih.gov
301-496-2075
NIH/Fogarty International Center
14-Dec-2001


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