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Vanderbilt, Duke project earns Chan Zuckerberg Initiative funding

Posted by on Friday, July 19, 2019 in Uncategorized.

Ken Lau (Cell and Developmental Biology [CDB]) and collaborator Xiling Shen from Duke University have received funding from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative for a project that aims to create a cell atlas of the human gut-brain axis. The work will be part of the Seed Networks for the Human Cell Atlas, which brings experimental scientists, computational biologists, software engineers, and physicians together to help develop the Human Cell Atlas (HCA), an international effort to map all cells in the human body so that it may serve as a resource for better understanding of health and disease.

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