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The MU Life Sciences Center (LSC) is a $60 million project with 124,000 net square feet which includes 44 research laboratories, multipurpose equipment rooms, five teaching/computer laboratories and a 250-seat auditorium. The state-of-the-art research/teaching facility is designed to provide flexible space to maximize interactions and foster interdisciplinary team research. Life Sciences, University of Missouri-Columbia -

Ellis Fischel Cancer Center is Missouri 's only hospital dedicated solely to cancer care. Its team of physician specialists and other trained professionals work together with a common goal: to provide the latest cancer treatments and improved quality of life for thousands of people each year. Named after Dr. Ellis Fischel, a physician who envisioned a statewide plan for controlling cancer, the hospital was dedicated on April 26, 1940 as the first cancer center west of the Mississippi River . In 1990, Ellis Fischel became a partner with the University of Missouri Health Sciences Center. The merger is paving the way for Ellis Fischel to become one of the country's outstanding cancer centers. Today, 60 years after the opening of the hospital, staff members continue to advance Dr. Fischel's vision. Ellis Fischel Cancer Center , University of Missouri-Columbia -


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Glinskii, Olga V.
Glinskii, Vladislav (Slava)
Holland, Lene
Mullen, Helen
Perry, Michael C.
Sauter, Edward
Sowa, Grzegorz
Sun, Y (Grace)
Welshons, Wade V.



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