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UChicago among institutions nationwide to get $157 million in NIH awards

The National Institutes of Health today announced $157 million in awards in fiscal year 2016 to launch a seven-year initiative called Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO). About $5 million will go to researchers at the University of Chicago during the first two years of this project. 

 

Where does the flu come from every year?

A computer model developed by UChicago's Sarah Cobey and her team shows that small increases in transmission rates may lead to the spread of new seasonal strains from east, south and southeast Asia. 

 


 



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UChicago and the Cancer Moonshot

In June 2016, the University of Chicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center co-hosted a summit as part of the national Cancer Moonshot Initiative to eliminate cancer as we know it.



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