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August 9, 2016 by Susan Tague
Taylor received a Wake Forest Research Fellowship to study the Organic Synthesis of Novel PI3k Inhibitors to Treat Prostate Cancer.
Mentor: Mark Welker, Chemistry
Categories: Wake Forest Research Fellowship
Tags: Awards Grants