Funded through the National Cancer Institute, the National
Under the program, NIH will grant up to $275,000 over two years to academic institutes, small businesses, non-profits, state governments, and other groups who will conduct research aimed at rapidly advancing informatics and computational biology goals in
Areas of interest include approaches for handling data from genomic sequencing studies, gene expression, proteomics, pathway data, biomedical imaging, and other areas.
NIH said that the program is seeking to fund the development of
- Tools for
data acquisition, archiving, querying, retrieval, visualization, integration and management;
- Platform-independent translational tools for data exchange and for promoting interoperability;
- Analytical and statistical tools for interpretation of large data sets;
- New models or simulations of complex biological processes at single and multiple levels or across multiple scales.
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