CGO Undergrad Fellow Joshua Lyman Wins Prize During USU Research Week

CGO Undergraduate Research Fellow Joshua Lyman recently presented his research project, “How Government Regulation has affected Pharmaceutical Innovation” during Utah State University’s Student Research Symposium and was presented with the award for best undergraduate research presentation in its category.

“I am grateful to the Center for all of the resources and time they have put in to help me learn and go through this process,” said Lyman. “I am also especially grateful for Professor Benjamin Blau for working with me this past year.  He has been a fantastic mentor, teacher, and friend over these past two years and none of this would have been possible without him.”

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