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Robert Horvitz, pioneer in cell death, to be awarded international genetics prize

2002 American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting to be held in Baltimore, Oct. 15-19

In a ceremony at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics at the Baltimore Convention Center, the Peter Gruber Foundation will award its Genetics Prize for 2002 to H. Robert Horvitz, who also won the Nobel Prize in Medicine this week. The press is invited to attend the award ceremony from 1:45 to 2:30 PM and a press briefing with Dr. Horvitz from 2:30 to 3:30 PM to discuss his latest research.

For security reasons, you must pre-register. Please contact Alan Dee at 212-864-0000 or at Adee@AGDComm.com or contact Jane Salomon, ASHG Press Office, Baltimore Convention Center after 3:00 PM on October 15 at 410-649-7307.


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Contact: Alan Dee
Adee@AGDComm.com
212-864-0000
American Society of Human Genetics
15-Oct-2002


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