Beckman Foundation highlights David Lab

Lawrence David
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Beckman Foundation highlights David Lab

The Beckman Foundation highlighted Lawrence David and his lab in a video. David was selected as a Beckman Young Investigator in 2015 for his work in using natural bacterial interactions to control microbial communities.

The Beckman Young Investigator Program provides research support to the most promising young faculty members in the early stages of their academic careers in the chemical and life sciences, particularly to foster the invention of methods, instruments and materials that will open up new avenues of research in science.

The video features Lawrence David, postdoctoral associate Max Villa, and graduate student Rachel Bloom.

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