Dr. Lapinsky Awarded Office Of Research Grant Through Robert Wintermeyer Fund
Dr. David Lapinsky, an Associate Professor of Medicinal Chemistry with the Pharmacaceutical, Administrative and Social Sciences Division in the Duquesne University School of Pharmacy and Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, recently received $10,000 funding from the the Duquesne University Office of Reserach.
The grant will help fund the project Tackling African Cryptosporidiosis with Chemical Probes and will be supported through the Robert Wintermeyer Fund.
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