S.C. colleges land $16M biomedical grant

The University of South Carolina is one of a group of colleges that will receive $16 million in NIH money to develop biomedical research programs regenerative medicine and more. The aim is to develop a research environment at undergraduate institutions to provide research training for students in biomedical science, according to Lucia Pirisi-Creek of USC's School of Medicine. Story

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