Wei-Shau Hu Selected to Receive 2021 Distinguished Research Career Award

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Wei-Shau Hu Selected to Receive 2021 Distinguished Research Career Award

Wei-Shau Hu was selected by the Center for Retrovirus Research (CRR) of The Ohio State University to receive the 2021 Distinguished Research Career Award.  This annual award honors the distinguished research career of a scientist working in the field of retrovirology.  The retrovirologist is nominated by student and faculty members of the CRR and as part of the award recognition is invited to give a special lecture to all members of The Ohio State University biomedical research community, co-sponsored by the CRR, the Infectious Diseases Institute, the Comprehensive Cancer Center, and the campus-wide Virology Forum.  Dr. Hu will receive the award and present her honorary lecture in the fall 2021.