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This group forms a “dream” environment for working or training at either the pre- or postdoctoral level, with “down-the-hall” access to an unprecedented spectrum of state-of-the-art methodologies and expertise. Ongoing research projects provide an environment for continued research career development at both the pre- and post-doctoral level. Besides our regular graduate courses, we have several ongoing study groups that meet regularly in specifically focused areas. We currently have 11 graduate students and 11 post-doctoral fellows working within the 24 fully established laboratories that constitute this program.  
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