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From the Fort Worth Business Press
In March, Gov. Rick Perry announced more than $13 million in awards to six emerging technology companies and universities. Three were in North Texas, including the grant to establish a Center for Commercialization of Fluorescence Technology at our Health Science Center. The Center – established by Ignacy Gryczynski, PhD, professor of cell biology and genetics, and Karol Gryczynski, PhD, professor of molecular biology and immunology – and the $2.27 million Texas Emerging Technology Fund grant given to the Health Science Center for the project, were featured in the April 16 edition. The article explained what fluorescence is and applications of the technology being researched by the brothers.
Our Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine’s sixth appearance in U.S. News & World Report’s top 50 medical schools in primary care and our Physician Assistant Studies Program’s listing in the top 50 PA programs were highlighted in the April 7 Area Briefs column. Read the article.
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