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AGA Research Foundation Research Scholar Awards
The American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) Research Foundation is pleased to announce its 2013 research scholars. This year’s honorees are outstanding young gastroenterologists working toward independent careers in gastroenterology, hepatology, or related areas, and with this award, their research time will be protected.
"These young researchers are the future of our field. AGA is committed to supporting young scholars who are paving the way for promising research developments and new therapies," said Martin Brotman, MD, AGAF, chair of the AGA Research Foundation. "This year’s honorees have embarked on their extraordinary research careers and demonstrate exceptional promise, and we look forward to seeing what they will accomplish with the help of this funding."
View the full article in GI & Hepatology News.
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AGA Research Foundation
ATTN: Akoko Vias, Accounting Department
4930 Del Ray Avenue
Bethesda, MD 20814
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