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MIT Professor Susan Lindquist

Professor Susan Lindquist remembers unexpected moments that changed her life's direction and helped her create a career in the sciences. Lindquist, a member of the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research and an MIT biology professor, received the National Medal of Science in 2010. This interview is part of a video installation in the Koch Institute Public Galleries, where visitors can explore current cancer research projects and hear first-person reflections on cancer. For more information on Lindquist visit the Department of Biology.

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