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Clodagh O'Shea Receives 2008 Beckman Young Investigator Award

Salk Assistant Professor Clodagh O'Shea has been named a recipient of the 2008 Beckman Young Investigator award for her work in cancer research. One of her lab's interests lies in developing the next generation of viral vectors and replicating lytic cancer therapies. O'Shea is also the recipient of the 2007 Young Investigator's Award in Gene Therapy for Cancer. That award was established in 1986 by the Alliance for Cancer Gene Therapy and supports innovative efforts aimed at furthering the development of gene therapy approaches for the treatment of cancer.

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