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Waters Honors University of Minnesota's Joseph Dalluge, Ph.D. and Department of Chemistry Mass Spectrometry Laboratory with Center of Innovation Recognition
Date:10/3/2011

MILFORD, Mass., Oct. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Waters Corporation (NYSE: WAT) today welcomed the University of Minnesota's Mass Spectrometry Laboratory into its Centers of Innovation Program.  Waters honored the Mass Spectrometry Laboratory under the direction of Joseph Dalluge, Ph.D., for his research into diagnostic marker assay development relevant to cystic fibrosis and other diseases. He's also honored for his research as a collaborating member of the University's newly-created Center for Bioanalysis of Molecular Signaling. The Dalluge mass spectrometry laboratory is part of the Department of Chemistry within the University's College of Science and Engineering.

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"Dr. Dalluge's creativity and enthusiasm for taking on analytical science challenges knows no bounds," said Tim Riley, PhD, V.P. of Strategic Innovation, Waters Division and Program Director of Waters Centers of Innovation program. "His fondness for idea generation and bringing ideas to fruition continues to inspire those he collaborates with giving us great pleasure to recognize Dr. Dalluge and support his laboratory's ongoing research through our Centers of Innovation program."

In his current position, Dalluge continues to generate new ideas as he and his colleagues attempt to understand the chemical basis of disease, molecular signaling, and adaptation. His research revolves around the use of leading edge liquid chro
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