Dickson Prize in Science Award Ceremony and Lecture - Dr. Lucy Shapiro
Researcher, educator and national medal of science recipient, Dr. Lucy Shapiro is the Virginia and D.K. Ludwig Professor of Developmental Biology at Stanford University. In her research, she views the bacterial cell as an integrated system in which to identify how networks of genes control cell decisions. With this, her work has implications for research beyond the field of developmental biology, such as cell and tissue engineers, computer science network and systems researchers and those interested in health and infectious disease more generally.
Join us for Dr. Shapiro's award presentation and lecture, titled "The Living Cell as an Integrated System."
Dickson Prize in Science Award Ceremony and Lecture
Wednesday, May 5
5:30-6:30 p.m. ET
Zoom Webinar, Online
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CMU's Dickson Prize in Science was established in 1969 by the late Pittsburgh physician Joseph Z. Dickson and his wife Agnes Fisher Dickson. One of the most prestigious awards bestowed by Carnegie Mellon, the prize recognizes substantial achievements or sustained progress in the fields of engineering, the natural sciences, computer science or mathematics. You can find a complete list of previous winners on the Dickson Prize in Science website.
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This event is part of the University Lecture Series and is free and open to the public.