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52 minority scientists receive APS/NIDDK travel fellowships totaling $90,000

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University of Mississippi Medical Center - Nikki Jernigan
University of New Mexico - Jessica M. Bryant, Samantha N. Torres, Paulette M. Yamada
University of Puerto Rico Medical Sciences Campus - Nildris Cruz-Diaz, Natasha Lugo Escobar, Jose O. Garcia Colon, Raissa Menendez-Delmestre, Geidy E. Serrano
University of Tennessee Health Science Center - Alie Kanu
University of Texas-San Antonio - Alberto W. Mares
University of Texas Health Science Center - Maria Eugenia Davila
University of Wisconsin - Julia E. R. Wilkerson
Wake Forest University School of Medicine - Shea Gilliam-Davis, Karl Pendergrass
West Virginia University School of Medicine - Rhonda Prisby
Vanderbilt University - Julio E. Ayala


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