The Lown Symposium: The Field of DNA Minor Groove Binders Celebrates the Career of Professor J. William Lown

William H Gmeiner
Journal of Biomolecular Structure & Dynamics 2002, 19 (5): 731-733
Abstract A symposium co-organized by Professor William H. Gmeiner of Wake Forest University School of Medicine and Professor Moses Lee of Furman University was held March 30 and 31, 2001 on the campus of Wake Forest University School of Medicine. The Symposium was attended by many distinguished colleagues, friends and co-workers of Professor Lown who share his enthusiasm and passion for targeting DNA for treatment of human disease. The Symposium honored the formal "retirement" of Professor Lown who continues his active pursuit of scholarly activities and advancement of knowledge in a wide variety of intellectual interests.

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