Dr. Cato T. Laurencin is the first professor at the University of Connecticut to be elected to the University of Connecticut Academia Europaea for the outstanding achievements, science, and solemnity of the researcher in his or her field. Membership in Academia Europaea is invited only after nominations and competition from colleagues.
“It is a great honor for me to be elected to this academy. This further demonstrates the importance of regenerative engineering around the world and its ability to deliver breakthrough results that ultimately help people, ”said Laurencin, a professor at UConn University, and Albert and Wilda Van Dusen, a professor of orthopedic surgery at UConn Medical School. .
This year, in addition to honoring Academia Europaea, six additional academies around the world have elected Laurencin in the last 9 months: European Academy of Sciences, Senegalese Academy of Science and Technology, Benin Academy of Sciences and Arts, Indian Academy of Sciencesand Royal Academy of Engineering.
Laurencin is also the CEO Connecticut Convergence Regenerative Engineering Translation Institute UConn Professor of Health and Chemical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, and Biomedical Engineering.
Laurencino’s small and exceptional achievements in the fields of tissue regeneration, biomaterials science and nanotechnology, and regenerative engineering have made him the best engineer-physician-scientist in the world. His breakthrough achievements have led to transformative progress in improving human life. Its main contributions to materials science and engineering include the application of nanotechnologies in the field of biomaterials for regeneration.
Laurencin received an outstanding award for his work in the fields of engineering, medicine, science and technology. He is the first person in history to receive both the oldest / highest award from the National Academy of Engineering (Simon Ramo Founder Award) and one of the oldest / highest awards from the National Academy of Medicine (Walsh McDermott Medal). The American Association for the Advancement of Science awarded Laurencin the Philip Hauge Abelson Prize for “significant contribution to the advancement of science in the United States.” He is awarded the National Medal for Technology and Innovation, America’s highest award for technological achievement, presented by President Barack Obama during ceremonies at the White House.
Recognizing his breakthrough achievements in regenerative engineering around the world, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers created the Cato T. Laurencin Founder of Regenerative Engineering.
The Academy is a pan-European academy for the humanities and literature. The members of the academy are scientists and researchers who work together to promote learning, education and research. Founded in 1988, it has more than 5,000 members, including leading experts in physics and technology, biology and medicine, mathematics, letters and the humanities, social and cognitive sciences, economics, and law. The Academy also publishes an international journal European overview.
Academia Europaea promotes and advocates science in the humanities, law, economics, social and political sciences, mathematics, medicine and all natural and technological sciences anywhere in the world for the benefit of society and the advancement of education. society of all ages on the above issues in Europe. The Academy is made up of seventy-two Nobel Laureates, several of whom were elected to the Academy before receiving the prize.
“I would like to congratulate you on your success in the competitive membership election process,” said Marja Makarow, President of Academia Europea, in her award letter.
Laurencin’s election to the Academy will be honored in 2023. October month. at the annual conference in Munich.
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