ACTSI Investigator Dr. Raymond Schinazi in the News

Raymond Schinazi, PhD, ACTSI investigator, Frances Winship Walters Professor of Pediatrics, Director of Laboratory of Biochemical Pharmacology, Senior Research Career Scientist and Director of Scientific Working Group on Viral Eradication, Emory University Center for AIDS Research, Emory University

Reuters | Gilead could have had Pharmasset cheap: founder
November 22, 2011

Seeking Alpha |New drug approvals make or break biotechnology stocks
November 30, 2011

Technology and Innovation Awards for 2011
Emory's Office of Technology Transfer recognized Emory scientists who achieved significant developments in tech transfer in 2011-Significant Event of 2011: Sale of Pharmasset to Gilead, Raymond Schinazi (pediatrics) and Dennis Liotta (chemistry). Read more.

Atlanta Business Chronicle | Inhibitex rises from bargain bin to big deal
January 13, 2012

Raymond Schinazi (pediatrics) and Dennis Liotta (chemistry) received the 2012 Intellectual Property Legends Awards from Georgia State University College of Law. Read more.

Raymond Schinazi (pediatrics) and Emory President James Wagner were named charter fellows of the National Academy of Inventors. Read more.

PwC and the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) today announced that H. Wayne Hodges, Peter J. "Pete" Kight and Dr. Raymond F. Schinazi will be inducted into the Technology Hall of Fame of Georgia at the 2012 Georgia Technology Summit.

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