Emory Winship receives $1.34M Science Education Partnership Award

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The Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University received a five-year $1.34 million Science Education Partnership Award from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences and the Office of Data Science Strategy at NIH to investigate whether problem-based learning will more effectively help to increase diversity in the biomedical research workforce and reduce health disparities. 

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