Arizona Cancer Center researchers honored

March 29, 2010

By hammersmith

[Source: KOLD] – Arizona Cancer Center (AZCC) researchers were honored March 23 by the University of Arizona’s with the 2010 Technology Innovation Awards. The Technology Innovation Award is given annually in recognition of exemplary innovative achievements in translating original ideas from the laboratory to the marketplace.

Eugene W. Gerner, PhD, professor of Cell Biology and Anatomy, Director of the Arizona Cancer Center’s Gastrointestinal (GI) Cancer program and BIO5 Institute member, is the Technology Innovation Award winner.

Samantha Kendrick, a final-year PhD candidate in the Cancer Center’s Cancer Biology Graduate Interdisciplinary Program, is the Student Technology Innovation Award winner. She is the first female recipient among either faculty or student top honorees in the program’s seven-year history.

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