Wilson Meng Inducted Into Office Of Research Hall Of Fame

The Duquesne University Office of Research inducted Dr. Wilson Meng (far right) of the Mylan School of Pharmacy and Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences into the Office of Research Hall of Fame in May.Each year, the Duquesne University Office of Research inducts a select group of individuals boasting outstanding research endeavors through sponsored research funding, research impact or funding amounts into the Office of Research Hall of Fame.

The 2015 inductees included Dr. Wilson Meng, associate professor of pharmaceutics in the Mylan School of Pharmacy and Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Dr. Partha Basu of the chemistry department and Dr. David Lampe of the biological sciences department joined Meng.

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Duquesne University Times

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