Michael J. Comb, Class of ’84, Receives CiteAb Lifetime Achievement Award
Michael J. Comb has been chosen to receive a CiteAb Lifetime Achievement Award.
Dr. Comb earned his PhD in Chemistry from the UO in 1984, and is the Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Cell Signaling Technology (CST).
The award recognizes individuals from the research community for their noteworthy dedication and significant contribution to the research reagent industry. CST is a leading provider of antibodies, kits, and services for researchers working to understand the molecular and cellular processes of disease.
The award presentation will take place during the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting this April in Chicago.
Read more about Dr. Comb’s award here