Three Faculty Members Receive Samuel & Emma Winters Foundation Awards

Drs. Patrick Flaherty, Aleem Gangjee and Rehana Leak received awards from the Samuel and Emma Winters Foundation.

Dr. Flaherty, an associate professor of medicinal chemistry, received the award for the project New Directions in Understanding Tau-Mediated Neurodegeneration, while Dr. Gangjee, a distinguished professor of medicinal chemistry, and Dr. Rehana Leak, an associate professor of pharmacology, received the award for the collaborative project Stabilizing the Cytoskeleton in Lewy Body Disease with Novel Bicyclic Microtubule Effectors.

Both awards are valued at $148.72.

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Duquesne University Times

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