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Dr. Dorothy Lerit published a paper titled, "Drosophila Heterochromatin Stabilization Requires the Zinc-Finger Protein Small Ovary," in the journal Genetics.

Dr. Maureen Powers received the Emory School of Medicine Hidden Gems award. These faculty members have been nominated by their departments in recognition of their outstanding, but often unnoticed or unrecognized, contributions to Emory or beyond.

Dr. Criss Hartzell published PNAS paper titled, "A network of phosphatidylinositol 4,5-bisphosphate binding sites regulates gating of the Ca2+-activated Cl channel ANO1 (TMEM16A)".

In April 2019, Dr. David Katz was awarded the Escher Prize in Germ Cell Exposures. The prize recognizes researchers whose work shines a light on the heritable hazards of germline exposures to drugs or other chemicals and includes a $2,000 donation and certificate of recognition. 

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