Juan de Pablo named University of Chicago vice president for national laboratories

Juan de Pablo, the Liew Family professor in molecular engineering and senior scientist at Argonne National Laboratory, has been appointed vice president for national laboratories at the University of Chicago.

In his new role, de Pablo will provide leadership for the University’s stewardship of two U.S. Department of Energy national laboratories—Argonne National Laboratory and Fermilab—as institutions to advance science and technology in support of the nation’s interest. He will collaborate with other leaders in research and innovation to build programs and links between and among the national laboratories and the University, as well as the Marine Biological Laboratory. Working with President Robert J. Zimmer, he will play an essential role in the University’s partnership with the Department of Energy.

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