FULLER NAMED TOP STUDENT IN CELL BIOLOGY AND GENETICS AT UNT HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER
John Fuller was named the top student in the cell biology and genetics department at the University of North Texas Health Science Center.
Fuller is a native of Anderson, Ind., and currently resides in Fort Worth.
Following graduation from the health science center in Fall 2006, Fuller plans a career within the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.
Fuller earned a bachelor of science degree in biology, graduating cum laude from the Virginia Military Institute.
Fuller received the award at the Graduate Student Associationâ??s annual awards banquet on April 29.
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