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The title of Professor has been awarded to Hal Drakesmith (now Professor of Iron Biology) and Jim Hughes (Professor of Gene Regulation). Many congratulations to both!

The title of Professor has been awarded to Hal Drakesmith (now Professor of Iron Biology) and Jim Hughes (Professor of Gene Regulation). Many congratulations to both!

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