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Tikhonova to give molecular biology lecture

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NORTH NEWTON, KAN. -- Bethel College student Anastassia Tikhonova, Moscow, Russia, will present her senior seminar entitled "The Molecular Biology of Mutations Causing Skeletal Dysplasias" at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 28, in room 016 of Krehbiel Science Center on the North Newton campus. The public is invited. The seminar is based on research Tikhonova, a senior pre-medical student, did last summer in the laboratory of Jacqueline Hecht, Ph.D., at the University of Houston Medical School. Wayne Wiens is her project advisor at Bethel College.

Tikhonova graduated from Goessel High School and Hesston College. She is a 21st Century Scholar at Bethel and a teaching assistant in the biology department.

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