13.09.2019 | 
Science
‘THERE IS NO GOOD LECTURE WITHOUT SUCCESSFUL SCIENCE, AND THERE IS NO SUCCESSFUL SCIENCE WITHOUT GOOD LECTURE’: ARMEN TRCHUNYAN AWARDED BY AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY
‘THERE IS NO GOOD LECTURE WITHOUT SUCCESSFUL SCIENCE, AND THERE IS NO SUCCESSFUL SCIENCE WITHOUT GOOD LECTURE’: ARMEN TRCHUNYAN AWARDED BY AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY
Head of YSU Chair of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Biotechnology, Corresponding Member of NAS RA, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor Armen Trchunyan was awarded one of the 2020 prizes of the American Society of Microbiology (ASM, www.asm.org).

‘It was unexpected and joyful news, at the same time honorable and binding, as it is about the development of microbiology in the world’: said the head of the chair.

According to him, the prize was presented by American microbiologists: ՛The decision was made as a result of numerous opinions and discussions. Of course, I was only informed about the end resul՛

Armen Trchunyan mentioned that last year this award was given to a microbiologist-epidemiologist from Nepal.

The prize will be awarded to Armen Trchunyan in Chicago in June 2020.

 

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