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Discovery Lecture

Mar. 28, 2019, 9:16 AM

Ruth Lehmann, PhD, center, a world-renowned expert on the biology of germ cells, delivered last week’s Flexner Discovery Lecture. Here, she poses with Ian Macara, PhD, chair of Vanderbilt’s Department of Cell and Developmental Biology, which sponsored the lecture, and Andrea Page-McCaw, PhD.
Ruth Lehmann, PhD, center, a world-renowned expert on the biology of germ cells, delivered last week’s Flexner Discovery Lecture. Here, she poses with Ian Macara, PhD, chair of Vanderbilt’s Department of Cell and Developmental Biology, which sponsored the lecture, and Andrea Page-McCaw, PhD. (photo by Joe Howell)

Ruth Lehmann, PhD, center, a world-renowned expert on the biology of germ cells, delivered last week’s Flexner Discovery Lecture. Here, she poses with Ian Macara, PhD, chair of Vanderbilt’s Department of Cell and Developmental Biology, which sponsored the lecture, and Andrea Page-McCaw, PhD.

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