Ralph Baric, 3 Other UNC Researchers Chosen for National Academy of Sciences


Four UNC researchers, including leading coronavirus expert Ralph Baric, recently earned one of the most prestigious honors for scientists and engineers in the US. The National Academy of Sciences inducted Baric, as well as Kerry Bloom, Joseph Kieber and Edward Salmon, into its ranks. Baric’s work rose to prominence during the early stages of the pandemic. (Chapelboro.com)

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Ralph Baric, 3 Other UNC Researchers Chosen for National Academy of Sciences


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