JAX receives $32M to tackle health issues, including coronavirus

The Jackson Laboratory, headquartered in Bar Harbor, was awarded $32.4 million in grant funding over the year’s second quarter to propel research and programs aimed at improving human health.

The funds are spread across 62 awards, which cover a broad range of the organization’s focus areas, including COVID-19 immunity research and model development, support of early-career scientists, addiction and overdose prevention, and the roots of peripheral nerve disorders, according to a news release. Read more

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