Penn Researcher Virginia M.Y. Lee, PhD, Receives $3 Million Breakthrough Prize
The award recognizes Dr. Lee's work studying underlying mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases.
“It is an honor to receive such a prestigious award, and this funding will help us as we continue to push for a greater understanding of these diseases that can ultimately help us find ways to help millions of these patients,” Lee said.
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THE SCIENCE OF AGING NEWSLETTER
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