Scientist awarded for research by American Physiological Society

Dr. Leah Reznikov

Dr. Leah Reznikov in her laboratory.

Dr. Leah Reznikov, an associate professor in the department of physiological sciences, has received the Giles F. Filley Memorial Award for Excellence in Respiratory Physiology and Medicine from the American Physiological Society.

This award recognizes excellence in respiratory physiology and medicine and is given to an investigator who holds an academic rank no higher than assistant professor. It is presented annually to an individual demonstrating outstanding promise based on his/her research program in respiratory physiology and medicine and is the highest honor given to an early career scientist in respiratory physiology.

Reznikov was recently promoted to associate professor at the college. The ceremony for the award was held in April at the Experimental Biology meeting, the annual meeting of five societies that explores the latest research in anatomy, biochemistry and molecular biology, investigative pathology, pharmacology and physiology.



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