"Renowned researcher credits OU for his successes"
"When Jeffrey Hansen transferred to Oakland University as a junior in 1979, he figured he'd finish his biology degree, graduate, and then enter the traditional job market. As it turned out, Hansen never left academia. In fact, he's currently researching the chromatin structure of the human genome as professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at Colorado State University. In addition to his numerous articles, papers and professional activities, Hansen also is a member of the editorial board of the 'Journal of Biological Chemistry,' a prestigious position reserved for the field's leading researchers."
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