Research Training of the Effects of Toxic Substances on the Lungs
Final rept. 1 Jul 1998-30 Jun 2001
ARIZONA UNIV TUCSON COLL OF MEDICINE
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The Joan B. and Donald R. Diamond Lung Injury Laboratory at the University of Arizona College of Medicine has had a relatively long history with the U.S. Department of Defense AASERT grant program that began in the early 1990s. There were two University of Arizona graduate students, Allison Hays and Juanita Hyde, sponsored by my AASERT grant in its final year. Allison Hays is in the doctoral program of the Department of Cell Biology Anatomy in the UA College of Medicine. Since the AASERT program has ended, Ms Hays is currently receiving financial support from the Department of Cell Biology Anatomy. She is preparing for her oral examinations having passed her written doctoral examinations earlier this year. She expects to have her doctoral degree completed by May of 2002. The Other student supported by the AASERT program in its final year was Juanita Hyde. Juanita graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Arizona in May of 2001. I have now exployed Juanita as a full-time research technician in my laboratory and she is continuing to take graduate courses working towards a Masters degree in Industrial Hygiene.
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