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Chemistry students win Double-Hoo awards

Dory DeWeese of Reston, a third-year chemistry major with a minor in astronomy, and Vlad Serbulea of Thousand Oaks, California, a fourth-year pharmacology graduate student, who will investigate oxidized phospholipids and their role as a major source of inflammation in adipose tissue cells, connected to diabetes.

Benjamin Groff of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, a second-year math and chemistry double major, and Maura Belanger of Amherst, New Hampshire, a second-year chemistry graduate student, who are studying the structure of and protein signaling in lymph nodes and how they change during an immune response.

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