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More than one dozen research organizations been involved having this study, Markowitz is also an investigator with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Other workers of UH and the Case Western Reserve University Joseph Willis. , associate professor of pathology, and Dawn Dawson, assistant professor of pathology of.