The National Human Genome Research Institute this week profiles four of its postdoctoral fellows — Elizabeth Grice, Katherine Hyde, Praveen Sethupathy, and Michael Stitzel — and three extramural researchers it funds — Barbara Engelhardt, Jinchuan Xing, and Michael Hoffman — all of whom recently received National Institutes of Health Pathway to Independence Awards.

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