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Tyler Hageman receives Graduate Research Competition Award

Friday, April 8, 2016

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Congratulations to Tyler Hageman on his recent Graduate Research Competition Award. Hageman, a member of the Weis Research Group, presented his poster, "Hydrogen Exchange Mass Spectrometry can Reliably Detect Small Fractions of Destabilized Protein in Comparability Studies". The competition is a campus-wide event focusing on graduate student research and provides graduate students the opportunity present their research to faculty judges and peers from across the University.



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