Arieh Warshel, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, Europe's largest organization dedicated to advancing the chemical sciences. Only a few distinguished Americans are elected each year for this prestigious British organization. For more than 30 years at USC, Warshel has pioneered many of the key approaches in computational biophysics and advanced computer modeling of a wide range of biological and chemical systems.
Arieh Warshel Elected to Royal Society of Chemistry
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