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July 12th, 2007
American Professor honored by Sci-tech Ministry
Prof. Dr. Judith Ladinsky on Wednesday received a medal for the cause of science and technology from the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) in Ha Noi.
The ministry held a ceremony to present Prof. Dr. Judith Ladinsky, an American citizen, in recognition for nearly 30 years of work to develop science and technology cooperation between the people of Vietnam and the United States.
Dr. Ladinsky lifetime achievements include expanding primary health care and economic education throughout Vietnam, administering 1,800 TOEFL exams for Vietnamese students interested in studying abroad, and medical technology transfer and training in surgery, eye care, mammograms and nanotechnology.
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