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David Roalf Receives 2009 School of Medicine Alliance Award

4th year Behavioral Neuroscience Ph.D. graduate student, David Roalf, receives 2009 School of Medicine Alliance Award.

This award recognizes a graduate student for their outstanding academic accomplishments and leadership qualities, as well as their current and potential contributions to the community and society.  The Alliance Award is sponsored by the School of Medicine Alliance ( and consists of a certificate and $1,000 honorarium.

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