NIH awards Duncan $1M to study impact of plastics in NICUs
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February 2, 2017
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Andrea Duncan, M.D., M.S.ClinRes

NIH awards Duncan $1M to study impact of plastics in NICUs

The impact of the chemicals in the plastic products used in pediatric intensive care units will be the focus of a new $1 million study led by Andrea Duncan, M.D., M.S.ClinRes, associate professor in the Department of Pediatrics and an attending physician with Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital.

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