University of Cincinnati Professor Is the First Woman Scientist Elected to the Academy of Athens

Litsa Kranias, Hanna Professor and director of cardiovascular biology at the University of Cincinnati, has been elected as a corresponding member in the Academy of Athens, the most prestigious research society in Greece. The academy by established by the Greek government in 1926 and is administered by the Greek Ministry of Education. Professor Kranias is the first woman to be elected a corresponding member of the academy.

Dr. Kranias is a graduate of the University of Chicago. She holds a Ph.D. in molecular biology from Northwestern University.

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