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February 23rd, 2006

Rexahn and Nanomedicine Center to Develop Cancer and CNS Therapies

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With the new partnership, post-doctoral fellows will be selected to work at Rexahn's Rockville, Md. headquarters under the mentorship of the Center's faculty. The fellows will focus on finding novel ways of applying the Center's research and nanomedicine expertise to improve the pharmaceutical properties of Rexahn's drugs in development.

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