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NIH Pharmacogenomics Research Network


The NIH Pharmacogenomics Research Network (PGRN) is a network of scientists focused on understanding how a person's genes affect his or her response to medicines. Read the vision and mission statement of this network, which has been funded since 2000.

PharmG KB LogoThe Pharmacogenomics Knowledge Base ( PharmGKB  Link to external Web site) is an integrated knowledge base for pharmacogenomics linking phenotypes and genotypes.

The following NIH components contribute support to the Pharmacogenomics Research Network: NIGMSNHLBI, NCI, NIDA, NICHDNHGRINIMH, NIAMS, ORWH

See the PGRN Web site Link to external Web site for meetings, projects, collaborations, and ongoing activities.

Research Network

Discover more about the PGRN's scientists, publications and governing structure.

External Scientific Panel

See the members and purpose of PGRN's scientific advisory panel.

Global Alliance for Pharmacogenomics

Learn about partnerships between PGRN and global scientists.

Translational Scholar Career Awards

Find out about cross-training for scientists in clinical and basic research methods.

Consortia at PharmGKB

Learn about PharmGKB projects with the scientific community.

Funding Opportunities

View PGRN-related listings from the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts, the official publication for NIH research grant policies, guidelines, and funding opportunities.

PGRN Transition Plans

Read information for applicants about future plans for the PGRN.

Contact Us

Reach PGRN program staff.


Read PGRN announcements and results.

This page last reviewed on April 17, 2015