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Human Genome News Archive Edition
Human Genome News, January 1998; 9:(1-2)
DOE has announced the award of 11 FY 1997 Alexander Hollaender Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowships for up to 2 years of research at DOE laboratories having substantial programs supportive of the Office of Biological and Environmental Research's mission. The mission is to understand health and environmental effects associated with energy technologies and to develop and sustain research programs in life, biomedical, and environmental sciences.
Fellowship winners were chosen from a field of 47 applicants who received their doctoral degrees after April 30, 1995. Two of the 11 were in genome-related topics. Listed below are each fellow's name, university of doctoral degree, host laboratory and research mentor, and proposed research topic. Winners in Genome-Related Topics
Winners in other topics are listed on the Web site. A complete description of the program, including history and application forms, is at http://www.orau.gov/ober/hollaend.htm.
Contact information for the Hollaender Fellowships
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