Nina Gloriani, One of Asian Scientist 100June 1, 2022
Asian Scientist Magazine released the list of 100 most outstanding researchers in the region for 2022.
Every year since 2016, Asian Scientist 100 celebrates the success of the best and brightest researchers in Asia, highlighting their achievements in various scientific disciplines. This year's list includes experts from Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malaysia, Mongolia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.
One of the awardees is Dr. Nina G. Gloriani, Former Dean of the College of Public Health at the University of the Philippines Manila. One of the qualifications for the recognition is having a national or international prize for his/her research. Dr. Gloriani received the 2021 Paulo Campos Award for Health Research, honoring her efforts in national leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic and pioneering research on epidemiology, diagnosis, and vaccine development for infectious diseases. She is currently the Chairperson of the Vaccine Expert Panel of the Technical Working Group for COVID-19 Vaccines under the Department of Science and Technology.
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