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Biology major Dillon Zites ’20 has been invited to present his poster at Posters on the Hill in Washington, D.C., for his research project, “Use of Light-activated Vitamin B12 Derivatives for Improved Treatment of Cancer,” carried out during his 2018 Summer Research Fellowship under the direction of Professor Tom Shell. Posters on the Hill is an extremely competitive event, hosted by the Council on Undergraduate Research: only 60 of more than 350 applications were accepted across the nation. Zites will be the third NU student to attend this event in the past five years.

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