Quincy Hathaway, exercise physiology PhD candidate
RESEARCH THAT CHANGES LIVES.

Exercise physiology PhD candidate Quincy Hathaway received a $53,000 fellowship from the American Heart Association to study the link between high production of the protein PNPase and type 2 diabetes.

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WVU School of Medicine is at the leading edge of studying the biological processes of life and bringing healthcare advances to the state.

100% of Division of Medical Laboratory Sciences students are employed or enrolled in graduate school
10,000 The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that hospitals need nearly 10,000 new medical laboratory scientists each year
100% Placement rate, including admission to MD, MD/PhD and PhD programs, as well as employment in academic research

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