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Honoring Significant Contributions — Dr. Susan Band Horwitz is the recipient of a 2014 John Scott Award, as part of the John Scott Legacy Medal and Premium presented annually by the Board of Directors of City Trusts of Philadelphia. Presented since 1822, the award honors those whose work contributes in a substantial way to human welfare, comfort and happiness. Dr. Horwitz’ selection recognizes her pioneering research contributing to the development of natural-product-derived drugs widely used in the treatment of cancer, her investigations to resolve the drug resistance that occurs with many cancer therapies and the substantial and enduring impact that her work has had for millions of individuals battling cancer. Dr. Horwitz joins an illustrious list of awardees that includes Marie Curie, Jonas Salk, Thomas Edison, the Wright brothers and Kary Mullis. Dr. Horwitz is distinguished professor and co-chair of molecular pharmacology. She also holds the Rose C. Falkenstein Chair in Cancer Research.
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