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Gates foundation opens chequebook for U of M researcher

The $6.5 million grant will allow Meghan Azad to create a new global health initiative and combine her research in maternal nutrition and infant growth with fellow scientists in Tanzania, Pakistan, Nepal and Burkina Faso. (Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press)</p></p>

The $6.5 million grant will allow Meghan Azad to create a new global health initiative and combine her research in maternal nutrition and infant growth with fellow scientists in Tanzania, Pakistan, Nepal and Burkina Faso. (Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press)

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