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A 2019 Sloan Research Fellowship will help support investigations by early-career scientist Kelley Harris on how modern human genomes evolved and diversified. She joined the UW Schoo
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Benjamin “Beno” Freedman has been named STEM CELLS' Young Investigator of 2018 for his groundbreaking work with organoids in studying kidney structure and disease.
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The American Medical Group Association (AMGA), which represents physicians in group practices, has named UW