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COLORADO STATE PROFESSOR RECEIVES INTERNATIONAL AWARD.

Dr. Gordon Niswender, director of Colorado State University's Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology Laboratory and a University Distinguished Professor, has become the third American to receive the prestigious Hammond Award.

The award is given annually by the Society for the Study of Fertility in the United Kingdom. It recognizes a lifetime of achievement in promoting a better understanding of issues in the area of animal reproduction.

As part of the award, Niswender flew to Utrecht, Netherlands, as guest lecturer to present his research before representatives from 27 countries on the subject for which he won the award, "Molecular Control of Luteal Secretion of Progesterone."
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Title Annotation:Dr. Gordon Niswender, Hammond Award from Society for the Study of Fertility
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Date:Apr 1, 2001
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