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Matthew Walb Wins First Place Poster

Matt Walb
Physics graduate student Matthew Walb won first place in the Southeast Chapter of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine’s trainee poster session during the 2013 SEAAPM Annual Meeting. This session allows grad students and post docs to present their work and is held during the annual Scientific Meeting of the SEAAPM. Matt’s poster entitled “The Effects of Low Dose Radiation ± Hyperoxia on Lung Tumorigenesis” was the winning poster out of the largest number of participants to date.


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