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Academia Sinica E-news No.56
Important News
Academician Yuan Tseh Lee Awarded 2008 Othmer Gold Medal by Chemical Heritage Foundation
Academician Michael M. C. Lai Receives University of Southern California Faculty Lifetime Achievement Award
Congratulations to Academician David Ho on Being Awarded Honorary Doctorate Degree by National Yang Ming University
Lecture in Honor of Former President Shi-Chieh Wang:
A Genetic View of Human Evolution
Academic Activities
Advances in Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions
Symposium on Recent Advances in Biomedical Sciences
Symposium on Purinergic Frontiers in Neuroprotection and Diseases
Lectures(March 3 - 14)
Bulletin Board
Impression of Shueishalian
 
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Academician Michael M. C. Lai Receives University of Southern California Faculty Lifetime Achievement Award
 

Dr. Michael M. C. Lai, Academician and Distinguished Research Fellow of Academia Sinica and President of National Cheng-Kung University, is the recipient of the University of Southern California (USC) Faculty lifetime Achievement Award. The USC Faculty Lifetime Achievement Award is given to a very select number of retired faculty at the annual Academic Honors Convocation of USC in the United States. The Award recognizes Academician Lai’s eminent careers and notable contributions to the university, the profession and the community. Academician Lai has conducted pioneering studies on a wide range of RNA viruses and has advanced scientific understanding of RNA virus replication; more recently he has shifted much of his research efforts to the hepatitis C virus. The Award ceremony will be held in April 7, 2008.







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