Albany Award

The University of Chicago's Janet Rowley, Peter Nowell from the University of Pennsylvania, and Brian Druker of Oregon Health and Science University have won the Albany Medical Center Prize in Medicine and Biomedical Research, the Associated Press reports.

"These individuals exemplify the extraordinary impact that painstaking research can have on the lives of countless individuals," James Barba, president and CEO of Albany Medical Center tells the AP.

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