$25 Million for Structural Genomics

A consortium of scientist led by Professor Guy Montelione, Professor of Molecular Biology and Associate Faculty Member in Biomedical Engineering, was awarded a $25 million 5-year grant to determine the structure and function of proteins. The goal of this cutting-edge programs is to use Structural Genomics tools to advance the results of the Human Genome Project to a more functional level, and thereby open new opportunities for therapeutics.