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Vol. 3, No. 29
Friday, July 23, 1999


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Clurman receives Keck Foundation award

Bruce Clurman, UW assistant professor of medicine and a scientist at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (FHCRC), will receive a 1999 Distinguished Young Scholars in Medical Research grant from the W.W. Keck Foundation.
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Pinsky honored for educational innovations in medicine

Linda Pinsky has been selected for the 1999 National Award for Innovation in Medical Education by the Society of General Internal Medicine. An assistant professor of medicine, Pinsky directs resident ambulatory education at the UW's General Internal Medicine Clinic.
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Medical students volunteer for teacher institute

Twelve first-year medical students volunteered to help July 16 during a UW summer institute for middle-school teachers. The teachers were attending a two-week neuroscience program called, "Making Connections: Celebrating the Decade of the Brain."
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Region's first living relative split-liver transplant performed

A Kingston, Wash., toddler became the region's first recipient of a split-liver transplant from a living relative on Wednesday, July 21. Transplant teams from UW Medical Center and Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center performed the coordinated surgeries. The child's mother was the donor. A July 22 Seattle Times story covers the details.


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