Killian Lecture Series
Established in 1971 as a tribute to MIT's 10th president, the Killian Award recognizes extraordinary professional accomplishment by an MIT faculty member. The winner delivers a lecture in the spring term.
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04/24/2007 4:30 PM 32-123H. Robert Horvitz, '68, David H. Koch Professor of Biology, MITDescription: A microscopic roundworm has come to play a dominant role in some of the most pivotal medical research of our time. In the labs of Rober...
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Making stem-cell therapy a reality In Killian Award lecture, Rudolf Jaenisch outlines progress and possibilities for treating human disease with stem cells. Read more on the MIT News Office website here.