Thursday, March 06, 2008

Norm Pace, Ph.D. Named CU Distinguished Professor

Norm Pace, Ph.D. of CU Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology was honored by the CU Board of Regents with the distinction of Distinguished Professor. Dr. Pace can now add this title to his impressive list of accomplishments which include member of the National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Microbiology, as well as a MacArthur Fellow.

Dr. Pace received the Ph.D. degree at the University of Illinois, Urbana. He held positions at the National Jewish Hospital and Research Center, the University of Colorado Medical Center, Indiana University and the University of California, Berkeley, before moving to the University of Colorado department of Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology. Dr. Pace wears two scientific hats. He is a molecular biologist whose laboratory has made substantive contributions to our understanding of nucleic acid structure and processing. He is also a microbial ecologist whose laboratory has been conspicuous in the adaptation of molecular tools to the study of microbial ecosystems.

More information on the work of Dr. Pace (HERE).

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