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2011 Palmaz Award

September 20, 2011
SAN ANTONIO--(BUSINESS WIRE) --BioMed SA, the non-profit corporation focused on growing and promoting San Antonio's thriving healthcare and bioscience sector, will award its sixth annual Julio Palmaz Award for Innovation in Healthcare and the Biosciences to Leroy Hood, MD, Ph.D, President and Co-founder, Institute for Systems Biology, Seattle, Washington.
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September 12, 2011
WOAI - by Jim Forsyth, The scientist who is credited with laying the groundwork for the human genome project, which has helped make major strides in treating conditions ranging from Parkinson's disease to cancer, has been named the winner of BioMed SA's 2011 Julio Palmaz Award for Innovation in Healthcare and the Biosciences, 1200 WOAI news reports.
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September 7, 2011
San Antonio Express-News - by Patrick Danner, Seattle biologist and inventor Dr. Leroy Hood, who developed instruments that enabled the Human Genome Project to identify the more than 20,000 genes in human DNA, was selected by BioMed SA to receive its Julio Palmaz Award for 2011.
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