The technology will be extremely useful for researchers here, especially those at the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis and the Miami Institute for Human Genomics, both of which will benefit greatly from the collaboration with GeneGo as we work toward new scientific breakthroughs.
What does MIHG stand for?
MIHG stands for Miami Institute for Human Genomics (University of Miami; Florida)
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The Miami Institute for Human Genomics, which will receive a grant to implement a multimedia campaign aimed at educating and informing the families of Black and Hispanic autism, Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease patients in South Florida about genetic research.
In addition, UM's mission to become an internationally renowned biomedical research powerhouse recently received a boost with Governor Crist awarding an $80 million economic development grant, approved by the Legislature, to the Miami Institute for Human Genomics at UM.