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Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics

Transformative project

Liberia

Indiana University is partnering with the University of Liberia and the University of Massachusetts Medical School to administer a transformative $7.2 million project that will address a national shortage of healthcare workers in Liberia, an African nation with which IU has had long-standing ties. Full Story >>

$7.2 million project will address a national shortage of health care workers in Liberia

Liberia

Indiana University is partnering with the University of Liberia and the University of Massachusetts Medical School to administer a transformative $7.2 million project that will address a national shortage of healthcare workers in Liberia, an African nation with which IU has had long-standing ties. Full Story >>

IU scientists construct, to maintain complementary DNA libraries of first lizard genome sequence

Green Anole

Scientists at Indiana University Bloomington's Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics are credited with constructing the cDNA libraries for the first-ever genome sequence of a non-bird reptile, the North American green anole lizard (Anolis carolinensis). The genome study appeared online earlier this month and was published today (Sept. 29) in Nature magazine. Full Story >>