Giesy receives 2009 Einstein Award from Chinese Academy of Sciences
Professor Emeritus John Giesy has received a 2009 Einstein Professor Award, from the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
The Einstein Professorship Program is a key initiative of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, with professorships awarded to distinguished international scientists actively working on the frontiers of science and technology. The program fosters international collaboration and includes lecture-tours to China.
Professor Giesy is currently conducting studies on the effects of pollutants on wildlife and humans. He serves as an advisor to the State Environmental Protection Agency in China, and is a member of the executive committee on the Board of Scientific Councilors to the U.S. EPA, as well as a chartered member of the Science Advisory Board of the U.S. EPA.
Professor Giesy is one of the most highly cited authors in the world in the combined fields of Ecology and Environment. He is a professor and research chair in environmental toxicology, for the Department of Veterinary Biomedical Sciences, University of Saskatchewan.
Congratulations, Dr. Giesy!
To learn more, visit Giesy's web site