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  • May 15, 2020

TL1 Scholar Dr. Martha Dee Gay receives Science Writer Fellowship from Georgetown Medicine Magazine

GHUCCTS TL1 scholar Dr. Martha Dee Gay in her lab, looking at resultsTL1 Scholar Dr. Martha Dee Gay is the recipient of a 2020 Science Writer Fellowship from Georgetown Medicine Magazine, a biannual publication that features health and medical education, research, and clinical news for alumni and friends of Georgetown University School of Medicine and Medical Center.

Her writing, Life in the NASH Lane, is published in their Spring/Summer 2020 edition.

Dr. Gay is a translational scientist at Georgetown University Medical Center in the Division of Gastroenterology.



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