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  • An NCI researcher prepares a PCR reaction.
  • An NIH Laboratory scientist examines a specimen.
  • 2009 Nobel Laureate Ada E. Yonath
  • 2009 Nobel Laureate Carol W. Greider
  • NIH investigators examine cells under a microscope.

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Dr. JoAnn Trejo

Dr. JoAnn Trejo is an internationally renowned scientist who conducts basic research on cell signaling, best known for groundbreaking discoveries related to G protein-coupled receptors, the largest class of drug targets for FDA-approved therapeutics. She recently became Associate Dean for Health Sciences Faculty Affairs at the University of California in San Diego.

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