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Statistical Training in Addiction Genetics (R25)

Revised April 2012

Research Education Grants for Statistical Training in the Genetics of Addiction (R25), PAR-08-081

This 2008 Funding Opportunity Announcement (http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-08-081.html) invited applications focused on research education for the development and testing of new statistical models to address genetics-based research problems in addiction and propose a well-integrated research education and training program in statistical models or computational methods in genetics for undergraduate, graduate, and/or postdoctoral level students. Information on funded programs can be found at the following program websites.

Michael Churton Neale, Virginia Commonwealth University, R25 DA026119

Pam Madden and John P. Rice, Washington University in St. Louis, R25 DA027995

Shine Chang and Sanjay Shete, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center R25 DA026120

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