Nashville data science company IQuity has announced the receipt of a second $1 million grant from the National Institutes of Health’s Small Business Innovation Research program.

IQuity will use the grant funds, dispersed over two years, to expand its research efforts studying and detecting fibromyalgia syndrome.

IQuity received a Phase 1 grant of $150,000 last year, in addition to a separate Phase 2 grant of $1 million for studying multiple sclerosis. In total, the Nashville company has been awarded more than $2 million from the NIH.

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