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They usually study exotic butterflies from far-away lands, but this summer, Marcus Kronforst, PhD, Neubauer Family Assistant Professor of Ecology & Evolution, and his lab are hunting for butterflies right here in Hyde Park.
This week’s rundown of recent research publications of note from University of Chicago scientists and physicians.
Douglas Dirschl, MD, and Jessica Kandel, MD, join the ranks of faculty to serve as role models for student scholars and faculty scholars in the delivery of superior clinical care and excellent doctor-patient communications.
UChicago's new ecological field station in Southwestern Michigan raises the bar for sustainable and energy-efficient educational facilities.
The University of Chicago Innovation Fund has awarded Mark Ratain, MD, and Peter O'Donnell, MD, $100,000 to support their work on the Genomic Prescribing System.
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