The Plain Dealer: A team of researchers led by Peter Zimmerman, professor of international health, biology and genetics, and David Serre, assistant professor of genomics, received a five-year, $3.5 million grant to continue to study genetic mutations they recently discovered on a parasite that could have major implications on the infection and spread of malaria.
Genetics’ Peter Zimmerman and David Serre receive $3.5 million grant to study malaria-spreading parasite
- Case Western Reserve faculty receive funding for new technologies aimed at blood, lung disorders
- Find out the implications of gene-altering technology at next Science Café Cleveland
- Malaria-detection device developed by CWRU researchers selected for federal Patents for Humanity award
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