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Dr. Todd Williams receives 2013 KU Research Achievement Award

Monday, May 20, 2013

Dr. Todd Williams photoCongratulations to Dr. Todd Williams, Senior Scientist and Director of the Mass Spectrometry Laboratory and Analytical Proteomics Laboratory, for being named a  recipient of the 2013 KU Research Achievement Award.  The award is the highest honor given annually to a full-time academic staff researcher working in a department or research center on KU’s Lawrence campus.  It includes a plaque and $10,000 in research funds, to be presented by at a public ceremony (TBA).

The award was established in 2006 and is administered by the Office of Research and Graduate Studies.



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