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Award Winners

2017 Carolina Women's Health Research Forum Awards

BASIC SCIENCES
Huda Atiya, PhD Candidate 
University of South Carolina School of Medicine 
Left-Right Differences in Triple Negative Breast Cancer Metastasis

CLINICAL SCIENCES
Carole Baggerly, Director 
GrassrootsHealth 
Serum 25-HydroxyVitamin D Concentrations ≥40NG/ML are Associated with >65% Lower 
Cancer Risk: Pooled Analysis of Randomized Trial and Prospective Cohort Study

SOCIAL SCIENCES
Jennifer Mandelbaum, PhD Candidate
University of South Carolina Arnold School of Public Health 
Social Capital and Women’s Comorbidities: A Longitudinal Study of Gender 
Differences in Social Capital and the Risk of Comorbidities 

BEST STUDENT SUBMISSION
Huda Atiya, PhD Candidate 
University of South Carolina School of Medicine
Left-Right Differences in Triple Negative Breast Cancer Metastasis