People in the News: Janet Davison Rowley, Brian Druker, Nicholas Lydon | GenomeWeb

Janet Davison Rowley, the Blum-Riese Distinguished Service Professor of Medicine, Molecular Genetics, and Cell Biology and Human Genetics at the University of Chicago; Brian Druker of the Oregon Health and Science University; and Nicholas Lydon, formerly with Novartis, are the recipients of the 2012 Japan Prize for Healthcare and Medical Technology. They were awarded the prize for their roles in the development of the targeted anti-cancer drug Gleevec.

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