CSP Investigator and University of Minnesota Distinguished McKnight University Professor Theresa Reineke has been named a Prager Chair in Macromolecular Science in the University of Minnesota’s Department of Chemistry. The chair is the second of two established by the late chemistry Professor Emeritus Stephen Prager and the late Dr. Julie Prager.
“Professor Reineke is a world leader in macromolecular chemistry and an innovator of new fundamental approaches to high impact applications in areas that range from a sustainable future to critical improvements in human health,” said chemistry Professor and Department Head David Blank. “It is wonderful that we are able to celebrate her exceptional list of accomplishments and ongoing leadership with this well-deserved recognition.”
Reineke is a professor in the Department of Chemistry and is internationally recognized for her contributions to the fundamental and applied studies of organic polymer systems designed for delivery of DNA and RNA, oral drug delivery, and sustainability.
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