David Chu receives prestigious John A. Montgomery Award


David Chu, Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus, recently received the prestigious John A. Montgomery Award at the XXI International Round Table Society Meeting in Poznan, Poland, where this year’s meeting was held on August 24-29, 2014. The John A. Montgomery Award has been given biannually to an outstanding scientist in recognition of scientific contribution in the area of nucleosides, nucleotides and nucleic acids that results in significant advances in chemotherapy.

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Arthur Roberts Receives NIH Grant


Arthur Roberts, Assistant Professor, received $341,367 from the National Institutes of Health for study of the structural basis of agonist transport by the multiple drug resistance transporter

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James Bruckner Participates in Peer Review of EPA Standards


Professor James Bruckner participated in an external peer-review meeting of U.S. EPA Health Effects Documents of Perfluorooctanoic acid and Perfluorooctane sulfonate in Washington, DC and reviewed the scientific basis of EPA’s proposed health standards for these two chemicals, which accumulate in the human body.

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