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Bioinformatics researcher appointed leader of data sciences, informatics for IU Precision Health Grand Challenge
Kun Huang, PhD, an internationally recognized scientific and academic leader in bioinformatics and computing, has been named the director of data sciences and informatics for Indiana University’s first Grand Challenge initiative, Precision Health.
The inaugural winner of Indiana University's $300 million Grand Challenges Program is setting a high bar.
Indiana University announced Monday that a team of faculty members focused on curing at least one cancer and other diseases will receive up to $120 million under a new program designed to bolster the university's reputation as a research giant.
Indiana University is starting to award $300 million as part of its largest ever health initiative.
The Precision Health Initiative has been awarded the first round of $300 million in research funding from Indiana University.
Indiana University plans to hire 40 new full-time faculty members and spend as much as $120 million on a new, ambitious initiative focused at understanding the factors that contribute to an individual’s health and curing diseases that are now untreatable.
Indiana University announced the first recipient of nearly $40 million in funding as part of a new research initiative Monday.
The five finalists in Indiana University's Grand Challenges Program will present their full proposals at public events over the next week. They are competing for part of a five-year, $300 million investment, which is the university's largest single research investment in history. The first presentation event will be held Tuesday evening on the IUPUI campus.
Eleni Linos and David M. Young are professors at the same prestigious research university, both developing innovations that could save lives.
IU’s research program Grand Challenges has selected five teams to submit proposals for funding, according to an IU press release.
Five finalists have been selected in Indiana University's Grand Challenges Program.
Five teams have been selected to submit full proposals for funding through the Indiana University Grand Challenges Program, the most ambitious research program in the university's history.
From global aging to cyber security to health equity to gun violence, the Grand Challenges preliminary proposals seek to address several issues.
Considered an underrated powerhouse by some, Indiana University grabbed the attention of other research universities last month when it announced a $300 million initiative aimed at asking -- and answering -- some of the world’s biggest questions.
How should one react to the announcement by Indiana University officials that through a program called “Grand Challenges” they will funnel at least $300 million over the next five years into “the most ambitious research program in the” history of the university?
Indiana University will seek solutions to some of humanity's most pressing problems through a $300 million, five-year research initiative dubbed "Grand Challenges."
How should one react to the announcement by Indiana University officials last week that through a program called “Grand Challenges” they will funnel at least $300 million over the next five years into “the most ambitious research program in the” history of the university?
IU announced last week that it would invest $300 million in the Grand Challenges research program.
Indiana University will invest $300 million over the next five years in a Grand Challenges research program aimed at solving some of the planet’s most urgent problems.
BLOOMINGTON — Indiana University is making an investment in what it says are “life changing research projects.” Alexander McCall has more.
Indiana University officials announced Wednesday they are launching the “most ambitious research program in the university’s history,” in order to address major issues facing Indiana and the world.
BLOOMINGTON - Indiana University has announced a $300 million program designed to create "transformative" solutions for Indiana and worldwide challenges through large-scale research projects.