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The Science Underneath

The Science Underneath

White coats, test tubes, petri dishes, microscopes, and a burning curiosity to understand how things are connected and why they work. Long days and late nights in a starkly lit lab or in front of the blue-green glow of a computer monitor. Unglamorous as it is, this is where the quest to cure genetic disease begins.

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Person-to-person: Matt Keefe

Person-to-person: Matt Keefe

A laboratory for success: An undergrad reflects on research outside the classroom

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Sequence to Solution

Sequence to Solution

Your medical treatment may one day be just as customizable as your car. While drug therapy may not come in quite as many colors, customized medical decisions based on an individual’s genetic code may now be a slightly larger speck on the horizon thanks to new ways of consolidating genetic information.

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Person-to-person: Alexa Dembek

Person-to-person: Alexa Dembek

Problem solving skills learned in the lab extend to the board room

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Different Journeys in Lives Dedicated to Medicine

Different Journeys in Lives Dedicated to Medicine

Each year, many of our recent graduates who have matriculated to medical schools report back to us that the scientific foundation they received in the Eberly College of Science has prepared them well for the challenges of medical school.

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Person-to-person: Robert Mitchell

Person-to-person: Robert Mitchell

Robert “Mitch” Mitchell, maker of M.D.’s

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