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Alhabib practices pipetting in a lab

November 12, 2021

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Alhabib practices pipetting in a lab

On the Cover

Zahraa Alhabib, a ReBUILDetroit trainee, practices pipetting during the 2017 Summer Enrichment Program for incoming students at the University of Detroit, Mercy. ReBUILDetroit is 1 of 10 Building Infrastructure Leading to Diversity (BUILD) programs in a consortium funded by the NIH Common Fund.

Photo: John Powell

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