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Canon0005.jpgName: Edward Hawrot
Position: Associate dean for the program in biology, Brown University, 2007 to present
Background: Professor in pharmacology, Brown University, 2001 to present; chairman department of molecular pharmacology, physiology and biotechnology, Brown, 1996 to 2007; PhD, biochemistry, Harvard University, 1976

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