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Tiffany Leighton wins Karl Freeman Prize

Continuing her string of oral presentation awards, Tiffany Leighton won the Karl Freeman Prize for her departmental graduate seminar presentation. The Karl Freeman Prizes in Biochemistry Graduate Seminars were established in 2001 by Karl Freeman, Chair of the Department of Biochemistry from 1973 to 1979 and acting chair for six months during 1982. These prizes are awarded to graduate students in the Department of Biochemistry who are deemed to have presented the most outstanding graduate seminars. Congratulations Tiffany!


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