$500K Gruber Genetics Prize Goes to Drosophila Pioneer | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Gruber Genetics Prize for 2008 has been awarded to Allan Spradling, a researcher at the Carnegie Institution for Science and Howard Hughes Medical Institute, for his work in Drosophila genomics and for "fundamental discoveries about the earliest stages of reproduction."

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