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AAPS announces 2013 National Biotechnology Conference award winners
Date:4/30/2013

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  • Zhiqi Hao, Ph.D.
    Thermo Fisher Scientific
    "A High Resolution Bench-Top Orbitrap LC-MS Workflow Solution for Comprehensive Intact Monoclonal Antibody Characterization"

  • Hemachand Tummala, M. Pharm, Ph.D.
    South Dakota State University
    "Designing of a Novel Pathogen Mimicking Particulate Delivery System (PMPDS) for Vaccines"

    Biotechnology Graduate Student Symposium Awards

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    • Martha K. Pastuszka
      University of Southern California
      "Development of a Thermally Responsive Intracellular Switch"

    • Yang Li
      Johns Hopkins University
      "Targeting Collagen Strands by Triple-helix Hybridization"

    • Shardool Jain
      Northeastern University
      "Anti-inflammatory Gene Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis using Macrophage-targeted Alginate Nanoparticles"

    • Lavanya K. Iyer
      Purdue University
      "Photolytic Labeling with Mass Spectrometric Analysis to Probe Protein-matrix Interactions in Lyophilized Solids"


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    American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists
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