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This Week's Buttery Specials

*Some prices have changed due to the recent increase in meals tax
Monday
Meatball Sub w/ Fries and Side Greens
SOUP: Chicken Noodle
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad Bar


Tuesday
Chili Dogs w/ Chips and Cole Slaw
Soup: Chili
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad Bar


Wednesday
Chcken Divan w/ Egg Noodles & Ceasar Salad
Soup: Grilled Chicken and Corn Chowder
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad Bar


Thursday
Pork and Sauerkraut w/ Mashed Potato and Vegetable
Soup: Kale
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad Bar


Friday
Surf and Turf w/ Rice and Corn 
Soup: Clam Chowder
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad Bar


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Mark Hahn Mark Hahn
Department Chair
Biology
Senior Scientist

Office Phone: +1 508 289 3242
Fax: +1 508 457 2134
Office Phone: +1 508 289 2259
mhahn@whoi.edu

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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
266 Woods Hole Rd.
MS# 32
Woods Hole, MA 02543-1050

Education

B.S. Biological Sciences, 1980, Harpur College, State University of New York at Binghamton M.S. Toxicology, University of Rochester School of Medicine, Rochester, NY Ph.D. Toxicology, 1988, University of Rochester School of Medicine, Rochester, NY

Research Interests

Comparative biochemistry and molecular mechanisms of chemical-biological interactions in aquatic animals; receptor-mediated mechanisms of gene regulation and toxicity; mechanisms of adaptation and acquired resistance; aquatic animal models in toxicology; molecular evolution of transcription factors involved in environmental sensing; mechanisms of response to oxidative stress; biological effects of marine natural products; comparative genomics; role of microRNAs in developmental toxicity.

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