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Gary Patti celebrates 10 years of the Agilent Early Career Professor Award

As the Agilent Early Career Professor Award celebrates 10 years, Patti describes what his 2017 award from Agilent has meant for his research so far.

Gary Patti, the Michael and Tana Powell Professor of Chemistry in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, received the Agilent Early Career Professor Award in 2017. The award includes a $100,000 research award and is given to those who have made "significant original research contributions" and have "outstanding potential for future research." For the 10th anniversary of the award, Agilent caught up with all 10 researchers who have received the award since it was initiated in 2009. Patti said, "The award from Agilent has helped us transition to human metabolomic studies of cancer. Although these data sets are much more complex to interpret, in collaboration with Agilent, we have been developing innovative strategies to address the associated experimental challenges." Read the full story from Agilent, Early Career Professor Award Program Celebrates 10 Years