NIH Awards $64.6M Grant to Case Western Reserve, Largest Ever in Northeast Ohio

Funding Supports "Bench to Bedside" Research Across Cleveland's Medical Institutions

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CLEVELAND – August 10, 2012 – Case Western Reserve University's ambitious collaboration to bring medical discoveries to patients has won an extraordinary endorsement: a $64.6 million federal grant that is the largest ever awarded in Northeast Ohio.

"Five years ago Cleveland's leading biomedical institutions came together in an unprecedented partnership that put improved health at the center of everything we do," said School of Medicine dean Pamela B. Davis, MD, PhD, the grant's principal investigator. "With today's award, the National Institutes of Health sent a powerful message to all of us: Keep up the good work."

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