Mark Lemmon and Pasko Rakic elected to UK’s national science academy

April 29, 2016 Two Yale faculty members, Mark Lemmon and Pasko Rakic, have been elected to the Royal Society, the United Kingdom’s national science academy. Mark Lemmon, the David A. Sackler Professor of Pharmacology and codirector of the Yale Cancer Biology Institute, was elected as a fellow of the Royal Society. Pasko Rakic, the Dorys McConnell Duberg Professor of Neuroscience and professor of neurology at the Yale School of Medicine, was elected a foreign member of the society. This year, the society recognized 50 leading scientists from or working in the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth, as well as 10 from other countries. Mark Lemmon Lemmon was recognized by the Society for his pioneering contributions to the fields of cell signaling and cancer research, with work that also addresses more basic…


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