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Volume 7, Number 25Space holderJune 27, 2003
Scribner memorial service scheduled for June 30
photo of Belding Scribner

Belding H. Scribner, who invented a device that allowed people to live on long-term kidney dialysis, died Thursday, June 19, in the waters near his Seattle houseboat. (Full Story)

Photo by Kay Rodriguez

Kerkenbush receives nursing’s master’s Outstanding Scholar Award

U.S. Army Major Nicole L. Kerkenbush, who is combining her interests in nursing, informatics, and health-care systems management through graduate studies in three UW health sciences schools, received the 2003 Master’s Outstanding Scholar Award from the UW School of Nursing. (Full Story)

Abnormal Insulin metabolism might contribute to Alzheimer’s Disease

Abnormal insulin metabolism has been implicated in the symptoms and the development of Alzheimer’s disease. (Full Story)

Disis is first recipient of mentoring award

Cancer vaccine researcher Mary L. “Nora” Disis is the first recipient of the UW Medicine/Center of Excellence in Women’s Health Award for Outstanding Mentorship. (Full Story)

Medical school honored for good sportsmanship

The 2003 Intramural Sportsmanship Award in the Independent Division was presented to the UW School of Medicine from the UW Recreational Sports Program. (Full Story)

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