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 Name   Louise Tsi Chow  
 Election Year2014
 Education

BS in Agricultural Chemistry, National Taiwan University (1965)

PhD in Chemistry, California Institute of Technology (Caltech) (1973)

 Professional
 Experience

Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, University of California, San Francisco (1973-74)

Postdoctoral Fellow, Chemistry Department, Caltech (1974-75)

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory: Research Fellow, Electron Microscopy Section (1975-76); Staff Investigator (1976-77); Senior Staff Investigator (1977-79); Senior Scientist with Tenure (1979-84)

University of Rochester: Associate Professor with Tenure (1984-89); Professor (1989-93), Department of Biochemistry

Professor, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics Department, University of Alabama at Birmingham (1993-present)

 Specialties

Molecular Virology & Biochemistry

 Awards and
 Honors

Top score (丙組), 1961 Taiwan Nationwide College Entrance Examination

1993 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine awarded for a collaborative work, the discovery of RNA splicing (Cell 12: 1-8, 1977), on which周芷is the first author.

Chinese-American Engineers and Scientists Association of Southern California Award for Outstanding Achievement in Biochemistry and Genetic Science, Los Angeles (1994)

Mirabella 1000 Leading Women of the 1990's (1994)

UAB Presidential Achievement Award (1995)

American College of Physicians Medal, "in recognition of contribution to human welfare through distinguished achievement in the science of medicine" (1996)

Member, National Academy of Sciences, USA (Foreign Associate) (2012)

Dean's Award for Excellence in Research, UAB School of Medicine (2012)

National Taiwan University Department of Biochemical Science and Technology: Distinguished Achievement by an Alumna of the Department (2012)

National Taiwan University President's Award: "Distinguished Alumna in Science; Outstanding Example for Society", Year 101 of the Republic of China (2012)

University of Alabama at Birmingham, President's Medalist (2012)

Fellow, American Academy of Microbiology (2013)

Anderson Family Endowed Chair in Medical Education, Research and Patient Care in the School of Medicine (2013—)

 Current
 Positions

Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, University of Alabama at Birmingham

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