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Washington University in St. Louis - School of Medicine
Department of Developmental Biology
Aug 29

Margot Williams received a two-year, $197,472 K99 Career Award

Congratulations to Dr. Margot Williams!

Dr. Margot L. K. Williams, Ph.D., Staff Scientist in the Department of Developmental Biology received a two-year, $197,472 K99 Career Award from the National Institutes of Health , National Institute of Child Health & Human Development beginning September 1, 2018, for her project entitled "Defining Direct and Indirect Roles of Nodal Signaling in Convergence & Extension".

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