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'A Pathway to Independence'

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With more than 30 years of experience running her own lab in the trenches of biology and genetics, Mary Lidstrom has had ample time to make mentoring up-and-coming investigators into a fine art. Lidstrom, who obtained her PhD in bacteriology from the University of Wisconsin in 1977, has for most of her career made the University of Washington in Seattle her primary base of operations, where she currently holds down several positions.

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