Chemistry professor William Hancock is a co-organizer of a major scientific undertaking: mapping the human proteome, one chromosome at a time.
A Northeastern chemistry professor is a leader on a global, decade-long initiative with the potential to revolutionize the understanding of human diseases.
Chemistry and chemical biology professor William Hancock and Barnett Institute work with Massachusetts General Hospital research center in the search for an AIDS vaccine
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