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05 Apr 13

Impending federal budget cuts could mean more than a loss of research money for the University - they could also slow the development of life-saving drugs
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One of these researchers is Jian Liu, a professor in the UNC School of Pharmacy, who received NIH funding in 2009 for his work on creating a synthetic version of the blood-thinner heparin.

The funding cycle ended in January, and Liu said if he doesn't get additional money, residual funds will only support his work for another six months.

11 Mar 13

The Chronicle of Higher Education interviewed Jian Liu for a March 11, 2013, story about the potential effect of the sequestration on colleges and universities.

06 Mar 13

Professor Jian Liu discussed with CNN Money the effect the sequestration might have on his research.

07 Nov 11

Technology Review reported on Jian Liu's creation of a simpler, safer synthetic heparin.

07 Nov 11

Chapelboro.com reported on Jian Liu's creation of a simpler, safer synthetic heparin.

07 Nov 11

The Royal Society of Chemistry reported on Jian Liu's creation of a simpler, safer synthetic heparin.

07 Nov 11

Health Canal reported on Jian Liu's creation of a simpler, safer synthetic heparin.

07 Nov 11

Drug Discovery & Development reported on Jian Liu's creation of a simpler, safer synthetic heparin.

11 Aug 09

Jian Liu, PhD, was quoted in a Scientific American article on the search for synthetic heparin.

11 Aug 09

Jian Liu was cited in a March 26, 2008, article in The Globe and Mail (Toronto) about problems with the heparin supply chain in China.

11 Aug 09

Jian Liu was cited in a March 20, 2008, article in The Wall Street Journal about problems with the heparin supply chain in China.

11 Aug 09

Jian Liu was interviewed for a front-page story in the February 28, 2008, edition of the New York Times, about problems with the heparin supply chain in China.

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