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Stephen Warren will receive the March of Dimes/Colonel Harland Sanders Award for Lifetime Achievement in the field of genetic sciences. Warren was the first to identify the genetic abnormality that causes fragile X syndrome, the leading cause of inherited intellectual disability.

Warren is the William Patterson Timmie professor of human genetics and Charles Howard Candler chair of the department of human genetics, as well as professor of biochemistry and pediatrics, at Emory University School of Medicine.

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