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Honor Supports Training—The American Society of Hematology (ASH) has awarded Dr. Weijuan Li an ASH HONORS Award, given annually to North American medical students and residents. ASH established the award to give trainees the opportunity to enter a hematology-related training program, to introduce them to the hematology research community and to encourage research careers in hematology. Awardees receive a $5,000 stipend to conduct a mentor-guided research project of three months to a year, and a travel stipend to attend the ASH annual meeting. Dr. Li, an M.D., is a resident in internal medicine at Einstein; he will conduct his research under the mentorship of Dr. Amit Verma, professor of medicine and of developmental and molecular biology.
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