Lawrence Tech University Lands $3M Gift for Life Sciences and Molecular Medicine Institute | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Lawrence Technological University in southeastern Michigan has received an anonymous $3 million gift to expand its life sciences program, to fund research programs and establish an institute of molecular medicine, and to support research programs that include functional proteomics studies of type II diabetes, LTU said Monday.
LTU biology Professor Hsiao-Ping Moore, who studies proteomics and cell signaling, is planning the expansion, LTU said.

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