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As it is, she plans to go on to graduate school for advanced study in pharmacology, a subject she hit upon as she cast about in the sea of different biology concentrations. But now she knows that she can call Gilmer, a cell biologist at Glaxo Inc. in Research Triangle Park, N.C., at any time for advice about her career, thanks to Sease's nomination as a Glaxo Women in Science Scholar by the major pharmaceutical firm. Sease may even

Renee Twombly
Apr 3, 1994
Lisa Sease wonders now if she would have drifted from major to major--physical therapy to pre-med--if she had met Tona Gilmer four years earlier. "I wasted time looking into these fields, and at the same time, I didn't get a good insight into areas I would have liked, such as research," says Sease, 21, who expects to graduate from Lenoir-Rhyne College in Hickory, N.C., this spring.

As it is, she plans to go on to graduate school for advanced study in pharmacology, a subject she hit upon as she cast about in the sea of different biology concentrations. But now she knows that she can call Gilmer, a cell biologist at Glaxo Inc. in Research Triangle Park, N.C., at any time for advice about her career, thanks to Sease's nomination as a Glaxo Women in Science Scholar by the major pharmaceutical firm. Sease may even work in Gilmer's Glaxo lab...

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