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Baylor Scientists Join Forces in Groundbreaking Cancer Research

News   Apr 05, 2018 | Original story by Thomas Moran for Baylor University

 
Baylor Scientists Join Forces in Groundbreaking Cancer Research

Kevin Pinney, faculty ombudsman and professor of chemistry and biochemistry, and Mary Trawick, associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry, united their research efforts to better make contributions to cancer research. Credit: Jessica Hubble, Multimedia Editor Baylor Lariat

 
 
 

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