HBCU Review: Tuskegee Ranked High for Women and Minorities in STEM

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National Cancer Institute Awards Over $200,000 to Clark Atlanta Researcher 

The National Cancer Institute has presented Clark Atlanta University researcher and professor Dr. Valerie Odero-Marah with a grant of $289,494 for her project titled "The Role of SNAIL Signaling in Prostate Cancer Metastasis." Odero-Marah will conduct her research for the next three years on African-American prostate cancer patients. (Photo: REUTERS/Tami Chappell /Landov)

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