Barbara Ramsay Shaw
Barbara Ramsay Shaw is the William T. Miller Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at Duke University, having been appointed to that position in 2006. She is known for her work on boranophosphates, using them to study the chemical reactivity of DNA, for applying synthetic chemistry to gene expression, signal transduction, and cancer treatment.
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