Tribune-Review Highlights Duquesne Professors in Cancer Research
Three Duquesne professors are highlighted in a recent article in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review as some of the many men and women in Western Pennsylvania who are researching cures for cancer.
Mentioned are Aleem Gangjee, a professor of medicinal chemistry at Duquesne University's Mylan School of Pharmacy, and Duquesne pharmacology professors Paula Witt-Enderby and Vicki Davis.
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