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FALLS CHURCH, VA – Today Governor Terry McAuliffe announced a strategic partnership between Inova, the largest health system in Northern Virginia, and George Mason University, the largest public research university in Virginia, to conduct translational research and share resources for the benefit of patients, the community and the region. This collaboration will advance Inova’s personalized…

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Blood Collection Competition Pits GMU Against Rival Schools Fairfax, VA – (November 9, 2010) – Inova Blood Donor Services and George Mason University are teaming up on Monday, November 15, for the ninth annual Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Blood Challenge, a fun competition among 12 universities to emphasize the critical importance of donating blood. Inova…

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Fairfax, VA – (September 10, 2010) — An interdisciplinary team of researchers from George Mason University and Inova Health System have received a two-year, $400,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop a framework for optimizing organ allocations for patients awaiting organ transplants in the United States. The team consists of Naoru…

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Zobair Younossi, MD, MPH (center), Executive Director of Research, Inova Health System, delivers the first installment of a $1 million research fund on March 10 to Roger Stough, PhD (right), Vice President, Research and Economic Development; and Peter Stearns, PhD, Provost, Executive Vice President, Academic Affairs, George Mason University. The research fund was recently established…

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Grant to Foster Enhanced Collaboration with Inova, GMU Investigators Falls Church, VA – (January 5, 2009) – Inova Health System has provided $1 million to George Mason University to create the Inova Life Sciences Research Collaboration Fund at George Mason University (GMU). The fund was created to stimulate and enhance collaborative research between Inova and GMU…

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