Chicago Biomedical Consortium announces 2013 spring HTS awards

Congratulations to Ernst Lengyel, Hillary Kenny, Christopher Gomez, Marsha Rosner and Kay McLeod, who have been awarded grants from the Chicago Biomedical Consortium in support of high throughput screening projects.  They will be working with the Cellular Screening Center to develop their small molecule screens for drug discovery. 

Twelve groups at the three CBC universities received the spring 2013 HTS awards.  Read more about these here.  The HTS program will offer awards twice each year. The deadline for the fall round of applications is November 22, 2013.

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