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Governor signs bill approving medical school


WSU scientist Hans Van Dongen and his team are opening eyes about the importance of sleep to our health.


A year-and-a-half ago, Floricel Gonzalez was introduced to lab research at WSU. This summer, she'll research diseases like malaria and West Nile virus through a Howard Hughes Medical Institute program.

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