Dr. Lauren Sugden receives Faculty Development Fund Grant
Dr. Lauren Sugden, Assistant Professor of Statistics was awarded a Duquesne University Faculty Development Fund (FDF) grant. Dr. Sugden received $10,000 for the project, “Decrypting the Noisy Genome: An Investigation into the Role of RNA Structure in Recent Human Evolution.”
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