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Dr. Robert Martin joined the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or CDC in 1999 as Director, Division of Laboratory Systems, PHPPO. His responsibility is to assure quality laboratory testing in the United States and to provide leadership in the development of laboratory systems and quality assurance programs in developing countries. Dr. Martin was formerly with . . .
Barbara Jones is a dog's best friend. And a cat's, too. She's a pushover for strays. She is their advocate and protector. They give her purpose as she strives for their good treatment, and she wants to extend that standard around the world. Jones, who graduated in 1992 with a bachelor's degree in biology, found her calling - to be a veterinarian . . .
Dawn Plitzuweit, who has excelled in women's basketball as both player and coach, earned a bachelor's degree in biological sciences. While playing for Tech (1990-95), she was named twice an All-America, twice an All-America Honorable Mention, and twice an All-Academic player. As a player, Plitzuweit led her team to three titles in the GLIAC and four appearances . . .
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