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The Medical College of Wisconsin has established the James S. Hyde Chair in Biophysics, honoring James Hyde for his accomplishments and contributions in biomedical research, mentorship and technical innovation.

Hyde will be the first person to hold the endowed chair that bears his name.

Hyde is internationally recognized for his research in the development, enhancement and application of electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) instrumentation and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technologies and applications. He has received more than $47 million in direct federal grant support and is the principal investigator of five National Institutes of Health grants, including the grant that funds the College’s National Biomedical EPR Center.

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