Family’s $20M gift forms Notre Dame precision medicine institute

Author: Karen Dickerson

The University of Notre Dame has been working in the area of precision medicine for more than a decade, but a recent $20 million gift is adding muscle to the effort, creating “a much larger impact than our footprint would ordinarily predict,” says Dr. Paul Bohn. He’s the director of the newly established Berthiaume Institute for Precision Health, made possible by the gift from a family with very little connection to the school—but a firm belief in Notre Dame’s ability to forward biomedicine, while also being “a force for good.”

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