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Stephen Pennington and Michelle Cilia have been named the winners of the Integromics Proteomics Mass Spectrometry Research Grant competition, which aims to recognize creative use of the company's OmicsHub proteomics informatics tool. Both will receive a free one-year license to OmicsHub.

Pennington is a professor at University College Dublin. Under the grant he plans to work on improving clinical utility of mass spec-based protein biomarker assays.

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