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September 1st, 2004

Disease diagnosis, drug development focus of UH prof's biochip research

Abstract:
Leading the way to disease diagnosis and drug development, biochip research at the University of Houston will be presented to an international audience of top nanoscientists next week. B. Montgomery Pettitt, the Hugh Roy and Lillie Cranz Cullen Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at the University of Houston, has been selected as one of the plenary speakers at the Pacific Rim Nanoscience Conference Sept. 7-11 in Broome, Western Australia. Pettitt is one of only three American scientists among the 21 invited speakers.

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