Head, Genentech Research and Early Development
Professor (on leave), Department of Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Core Member (on leave), Broad Institute of Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University
For extraordinary scientific contributions to applying computational modeling to our understanding of molecular circuits and for developing new bioinformatic technologies to study cellular behavior in response to genetic and environmental changes, cellular differentiation, evolution, and disease.
The AACR-Irving Weinstein Foundation Distinguished Lectureship was established in 2004 to acknowledge an individual whose outstanding scientific innovation and thought leadership has inspired creative thinking and new directions in cancer research. The recipient of this award is selected annually by the AACR president. Regev was chosen by Antoni Ribas, MD, PhD, FAACR, AACR president for the 2020-2021 term.
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