Corporate Challenge update

Team KU is currently 12th place overall in Division A. Thank you to all of the participants who are competing in Corporate Challenge events!

CC softball     CC women's golf
Picture 1: Team KU's softball team won third place. Front row Debra BrogdenDarlene SantiagoJacque HillTonia TurnerDebbie SwinehartHyejin Welch, and Kathy Klostermann. Back row Robert GibsonVince FernandezJohn WatsonIsaac Severance, and Morgan Regan. Not pictured Bill Homes.

Picture 2: Women's golf – Debra Brogden and Karen Louden

CC distance medley     CC sprint medley

Picture 1: Distance medley relay team – Lawrence Settles, Kelly Morken, Annie Lee, and Rick Beattie
Picture 2: Sprint medley relay team – Isaac Severance, Leilani Cobb, Christina Hopkins, and Rick Beattie

Congratulations to our medal winners!
Karen Chinn won third place in the 100 meter, first place in the 400 meter, and second place in the long jump.
Rick Beattie won second place in the 100 meter, and second place in the 400 meter.

To view event results to date, visit the Corporate Challenge website.

Emeritus Professor honored in Spain

Grisolia SantiagoA professor emeritus in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Santiago Grisolia, M.D., Ph.D., was recently recognized by the King of Spain for his achievements. He is now the Marquis of Grisolia.  

Dr. Grisolia, who lives in Valencia, Spain, was director of the McIlvain Laboratories from 1954-62 and professor and chairman of the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from 1962 to 1973. To commemorate his career, in 1997 the department established the Santiago Grisolia Research Fellowship for Excellence in Biomedical Research by a Medical Student, awarded at the annual Student Research Forum.  

Juan Carlos I recognized Dr. Grisolia for long and commendable career of teaching and research and his contribution to scientific knowledge. Though the title is an honorific, carrying no financial or legal benefits, the honor was widely reported in major Spanish newspapers, according to Antonio Artigues, Ph.D., director of the Mass Spectrometry Laboratory and a native of Spain.  

"We are proud of Dr. Grisolia and wish him and his family well," said Gerald Carlson, Ph.D., chair of the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. "Dr. Grisolia has brought international honor to himself and to the University of Kansas Medical Center." 

Picture: Dr. Santiago Grisolia in 1988.


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