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Recently awarded NIH grants (Nacul, Fletcher, Nathanson, Friedberg)

MEMum

Senior Member
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Great.
Luis Nacul is at London School of Trop Med, where UK Biobank set up in last year or so.
Others sound familiar
 

dreampop

Senior Member
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Nathanson's genomic approach to biomarkers/mechanism was awarded from 2015-2018, so I'm wondering if he found something interesting enough to warrant an $100,000 supplement to his current study. I presume this to be the case since his description of the single year grant just awarded is identical to his long term studies description.

I find the Nacul Grant less interesting, although it may show if viral loads correlate with viral titers, which it is sometimes presumed to.