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CICATS Members Elected to CASE

The Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering (CASE) has announced the election of 39 new members, including four CICATS Members from the UConn Health Center. The new members are experts in science, engineering and technology and will be introduced at the Academy’s 37th annual meeting and dinner on May 31 at the University of Connecticut’s Rome Ballroom in Storrs.

The newly electred members are Jeffrey C. Hoch, professor in the Department of Molecular, Microbial, and Structural Biology, Marja Hurley, professor of Medicine and orthopaedic surgery, Mina Mina, professor of craniofacial sciences, and Paul Skolnik, professor and chairman of the Deparment of Medicine.

Election to the Academy is on the basis of scientific and engineering distinction achieved through significant contributions in theory or applications, as demonstrated by original published books and papers, patents, the pioneering of new and developing fields and innovative products, outstanding leadership of nationally recognized technical teams, and external professional awards in recognition of scientific and engineering excellence. New members are elected by current members based upon their accomplishments in science, engineering or technology. Membership is limited to 400 members who must live or work in Connecticut.

Congratulations!

 
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