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Volume 5, Number 49Space holderDec. 14, 2001

 Hartwell receives Nobel

Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf presents the Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology to Lee Hartwell, director of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center and UW professor of genome sciences.
See the ceremony.

Hartwell accepts Nobel Prize

Lee Hartwell, who shares the 2001 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine with two British scientists, accepted the prize Monday, Dec. 10, in Stockholm, Sweden. (Full Story)

Anderson and Berg honored for CME contributions

Two UW School of Medicine faculty members were honored Dec. 7 for their exemplary contributions to continuing education for the region’s health professionals and medical scientists. (Full Story)

Chesnut comments on national osteoporosis risk assessment study

The initial results of the National Osteoporosis Risk Assessment (NORA) study have implications for primary-care practice, according to an editorial about the findings published in the Dec. 12 Journal of the American Medical Association. (Full Story)

Special Event: Science in Medicine Lecture

When: Jan. 10, 2002, Noon
Where: A-420 Hogness Auditorium, HSC
Topic: "Transplantation of Ileal Mucosal Stem Cells"
Speaker: Matthias Stelzner, associate professor of surgery

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