Presentation on theme: "The B. Conner Johnson and John R. Sokatch Lectureship."— Presentation transcript:
The B. Conner Johnson and John R. Sokatch Lectureship
John R. Sokatch A Career of Commitment to Science and OU 1950 B.S. Univ. of Michigan 1956Ph.D. Univ. of Illinois 1958 Assistant Professor of Microbiology OUHSC 1967Professor of Microbiology Assistant/Associate Dean, Graduate College Associate Director, Research Administration Interim Dean, College of Pharmacy Chairman, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
John R. Sokatch Research and OU NIH grants (to year 18) Publications (65 papers, 10 books) Jack served for many years on NIH study sections, other grant review panels, editorial boards. His many awards included an NIH career development award, a Fulbright Research Scholar award, and he was a George Lynn Cross Research Professor Grants to build research at OUHSC
John R. Sokatch Fearless Aviator Jack alongside the airplane he and Carol owned and flew (both were pilots). Jack was an instrument rated pilot which means that he could fly when he couldnt see anything!
John R. Sokatch Another picture perfect landing.! Jacks ability to objectively critique his own performance, in large part, explained his success in research.
John R. Sokatch This annual lectureship is a fitting tribute to a true scholar, who loved learning about diverse areas of scientific research outside his own field of specialization. Jack Sokatch was a friend to OU, a friend to the Department and a friend to each of the students and faculty in his family. He, and his sense of humor, are very much missed.