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‘Doping in Science’ topic of May 1 seminar at Idaho State University

April 26, 2013
ISU Marketing and Communications

Stan Lindstedt, regents professor of physiology from Northern Arizona University, will be present a seminar open to the public on "Doping in Science" at 4 p.m. May 1 at Idaho State University.

The free seminar will be held in the ISU Plant Sciences Auditorium.

Lindstedt's research has focused on topics ranging from the limits to physical performance to biomedical patents for improving human health. He has recently been awarded the August Krogh Distinguished Lectureship by the American Physiological Society for a lifetime of achievement. 

This talk is sponsored by the ISU College of Science and Engineering, the Idaho Network of Biomedical Research Excellence and Sigma Xi, the scientific honor society.

For more information, contact Curt Anderson, andecurt@isu.edu.




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