Honors and Awards
- Laureate, National Medal of Science
- President of the Endocrine Society in 1985.
- Member National Academy of Sciences
- Member Institute of Medicine,
- Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences
- Fellow, American Academy of Microbiology
- Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science.
- honorary doctorate Karolinska Institute
- honorary doctorate New York University
- honorary doctorate National University of Ireland
- honorary doctorate University of Maryland
- honorary doctorate University of Pittsburgh
- honorary doctorate University of Athens, Greece
Read more about this topic: Bert W. O'Malley
Other articles related to "honors, honors and awards, award, awards, and awards":
... The WKU Honors College became the first and only Honors College in the Commonwealth of Kentucky on July 1, 2007 ... The Honors College serves over 1,000 active Honors students with the 2009 incoming freshman class ACT/SAT average ranking among the top 6% in the nation ...
... A distinctive First Year Honors Program is for qualified first-year students ... There are three options Contemporary Contexts, East Meets West, and Science Honors ... Contexts is the replacement program for the London Honors program which began in 1996 ...
... Isiah received an Emmy award in 1999 for live reporting in Little Rock, Arkansas ... reporter in Memphis, TN at WHBQ-TV Carey was the winner of two awards by the Society of Professional Journalist in 2000 ...
... Research Book on Women, Sedigheh Dovlatabadi Library, Tehran, 2006–2007 USC or School/Dept Award for Teaching, Political Science Award for Outstanding Classroom ...
... Howard has amassed several NBA and franchise records and awards during his NBA career ... On April 18, 2011, Howard won the NBA’s Defensive Player of the Year Award, becoming the first player in league history to have won the award in three consecutive seasons ...
Famous quotes containing the words honors and and/or honors:
“My hearts subdued
Even to the very quality of my lord.
I saw Othellos visage in his mind,
And to his honors and his valiant parts
Did I my soul and fortunes consecrate.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“The sire then shook the honors of his head,
And from his brows damps of oblivion shed
Full on the filial dullness:”
—John Dryden (16311700)