The Cell Biology Program and the Department of Physics will host the annual Case Nobel Symposium Thursday, Jan. 28, at 4:15 p.m. in Rockefeller Building, Room 301.
The symposium will feature short presentations describing the accomplishments of each of last year’s science laureates, followed by a reception.
The following faculty members will present:
Andrew Tolley, associate professor of physics (physics prize);
James Kazura, director of the Center for Global Health and Diseases and International Affairs in Health Sciences and professor of international health, medicine and pathology (physiology/medicine prize); and
Kurt Runge, associate professor of genetics and genome sciences (chemistry prize).