Barber Receives Horsley Research Award

Dr. Amorette Barber recently┬áreceived the J. Shelton Horsley Research Award, which is the highest honor bestowed by the Virginia Academy of Science for original research. The Horsley Award recipient is selected through a peer-reviewed competition for an outstanding research paper. I was selected for the award based on my paper that Emily Whitman and I published in Molecular Immunology, “NKG2D receptor activation of NF-╬║B enhances anti-tumor responses in murine effector CD8+ T cells”.

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