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Diabetes Day 2018

Nov. 8, 2018, 11:37 AM

(photo by Nathan Morgan)Diabetes 

Outstanding research achievement was recognized during last week’s Diabetes Day at the Vanderbilt Student Life Center. Among those honored were (from left) Curtis Hughey, PhD, winner of the Daryl K. Granner Scholar in Diabetes Award; Diane Saunders, PhD, winner of the Vanderbilt Scholar in Diabetes Award; Christopher Wilson, graduate student, winner of the Vanderbilt Scholar in Diabetes Award; Sophia Yu, MD, winner of the Oscar B. Crofford Scholar in Diabetes Award; and Patrick Donahue, manager of the Hormone Assay Analytical Services Core, winner of the Robert K. Hall Service Award.

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