Dill receives UCSF Academic Senate Faculty Research Lectureship

Ken Dill, PhD, an internationally recognized expert on protein folding and UCSF School of Pharmacy associate dean for research, has been named recipient of the 53rd UCSF Academic Senate Research Lectureship for his distinguished contributions to science. Dill's work solved the longtime mystery of the physical mechanism by which proteins adopt their native structures. Dill will deliver a formal presentation to the UCSF community on April 19, 2010, 3:30 pm PST, in Genentech Hall at UCSF's Mission Bay Campus. A reception will follow.

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Announcing the 53rd Academic Senate Faculty Research Lecture

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