Branson W. Ritchie

Inventor’s Award 2000 Branson Ritchie is internationally recognized for his contributions to the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease in avian and exotic companion animal species. His two textbooks, Avian Medicine: Principles and Applications and Avian Viruses: Function and Control, are highly praised and widely used. Dr....

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Michael Duncan

Lamar Dodd Award 2011 Michael Duncan, Franklin Professor and Regents Professor of Chemistry, is internationally recognized as a leader in ion and metal cluster spectroscopy. He measures the structures of molecules in their ionized state of “clusters” — aggregated groups of a few molecules caught in the...

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David J. Benson

Lamar Dodd Award 2004 David J. Benson, Distinguished Research Professor of Mathematics, is internationally recognized for important contributions to basic mathematical research, particularly in the areas of algebra and topology. "He is quite unique in the way his work depends and uses the two different areas [algebra and...

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