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Research Newsletter-Spring/Summer 2010

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Honors for LPI Faculty


David Williams, Ph.D.

On September 23, 2009, Dr. David Williams, an LPI Principal Investigator and Professor of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology, was honored with the OSU Alumni Association Distinguished Professor Award. The award is given for "outstanding professional achievement through teaching and scholarship, service to the university and the community, and professional leadership, nationally and internationally."

Balz Frei, Ph.D.

Dr. Balz Frei, LPI's Director and Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics, was named an OSU Distinguished Professor on January 26, 2010, for achieving "national and international stature as a result of [his] contributions to scholarship/creative activity, research, education, and service, and whose work has been notably influential in [his] fields of specialization."

Congratulations to our Distinguished Professors!


Thank you!


The Linus Pauling Institute gratefully acknowledges grants from the following companies and organizations:

  • USANA Health Sciences, Inc. (Salt Lake City, UT), to support human research on health benefits of micronutrients and dietary supplements
  • Bayer Consumer Care AG (Basel, Switzerland), to support the Micronutrient Information Center
  • Spirit Mountain Community Fund (Grand Ronde, OR) and The Juan Young Trust (Portland, OR), to support the LPI Fitness and Nutrition Study, a local outreach program to improve dietary habits and physical activity in elementary school children. This program is also supported by a generous gift from an anonymous donor.


The Linus Pauling Science Center under construction


To see the progress on our building, please vist our real-time Web cam. LPSC is scheduled for completion in summer 2011.



Giving to the Linus Pauling Institute
Gifts in support of research efforts can be made at any time. Checks should be payable to OSU Foundation for Linus Pauling Institute. Information on giving is available through the OSU Foundation, 1-800-354-7281, or by contacting the Institute.