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NIH awards Cohen, FHI $9.2 million for development of COVID prevention studies


The National Institutes of Health has awarded Myron Cohen, MD, director of UNC’s Institute for Global Health and Infectious Diseases, and Family Health International $9.2 million to support research through the new COVID Prevention Network (CoVPN), which was formed to better coordinate the national research response to the current global pandemic. (UNC.edu)

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NIH awards Cohen, FHI $9.2 million for development of COVID prevention studies


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