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Previous Centers of Excellence in Genomic Science (CEGS) Awards

Below is a list of previous Centers of Excellence in Genomic Science (CEGS) grant awards. Grant numbers link to the NIH RePORT system, where abstracts, other information about the awards and resulting publications are included.

While active CEGS have their own institutional websites, some are not maintained once the grant ends.  If a website still exists, it will be linked from the project title.

P50HG002351
Center for the Study of Natural Genetic Variation
Olson, Maynard V.
University of Washington

P50HG002357
Analysis of Human Genome Using Integrated Technologies
Snyder, Michael P.
Yale University / Stanford University

P50HG002360
CEGS: Microscale Life Sciences Center
Meldrum, Deirdre R.
University of Washington / Arizona State University-Tempe Campus

P50HG002370
Center for Genomic Experimentation and Computation
Brent, Roger
VTT/MSI Molecular Sciences Institute

P50HG002568
Genomic Basis of Vertebrate Diversity
Talbot, William S. / Kingsley, David M.
Stanford University

P50HG002790
Implications of Haplotype Structure in the Human Genome
Waterman, Michael S. / Tavaré, Simon
University of Southern California

P50HG002806
Genomic Approaches to Neuronal Diversity and Plasticity
Ju, Jingyue
Columbia University Health Sciences 

P50HG003170     
Molecular and Genomic Imaging Center
Church, George M. 
Harvard Medical School

P50HG003233 
Center for the Epigenetics of Common Human Disease
Feinberg, Andrew P.
Johns Hopkins University

P50HG004071
Center for in Toto Genomic Analysis of Vertebrate Development   
Bronner-Fraser, Marianne / Fraser, Scott E.   
California Institute of Technology

P50HG004952   
Wisconsin Center of Excellence in Genomics Science
Olivier, Michael
Medical College of Wisconsin / Texas Biomedical Research Institute

P50HG005550
Causal Transcriptional Consequences of Human Genetic Variation
Church, George M.
Harvard Medical School 

P50MH090338 / P50HG006582
An Interdisciplinary Program for Systems Genomics of Complex Behaviors    
Pardo-Manuel de Villena, Fernando
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 

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Posted: August 16, 2016