OU research group wins $9.7 million federal grant
National Institutes of Health funding designed to boost pace, competitiveness and success rate of Oklahoma-based research into structural biology.
NORMAN — The National Institutes of Health has awarded a five-year, $9.7 million grant to a University of Oklahoma research team seeking to increase the pace, competitiveness and success rate of structural biology research in Oklahoma.
Principal Investigator Ann West, a professor in OU’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and project director for the grant, said it is the first such grant awarded to a research group on...
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