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Patrick Kanold wins NOHR Burt Evans Award

ISR-affiliated Assistant Professor Patrick Kanold (Biology) has won the 2013 Burt Evans Young Investigator Award of the National Organization for Hearing Research Foundation (NOHR).

The award honors excellence, commitment and achievement in auditory research by a young scientist. It is presented by the NOHR Foundation at the yearly Midwinter Meeting of the Association for Researchers in Otolaryngology (ARO). The award was inaugurated in February 1998 and named for Burt Evans, Ph.D., a dedicated, promising auditory scientist who succumbed to ALS in 1997.

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February 18, 2013


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