John Suttie, emeritus professor of biochemistry at the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, has received the 22nd annual Bristol-Myers Squibb/Mead Johnson Award for Distinguished Achievement in Nutrition Research. He was honored for outstanding experimental work that has defined the molecular action of vitamin K and its function in blood clotting. Suttie accepted the award Oct. 10 in Madison, following a symposium held in his honor on vitamin K-dependent proteins and their clinical use.
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