Ferid Murad, Class of 1958, who received the 1998 Nobel Prize in Medicine, will return to DePauw Saturday, March 9, 2013, to present a 175th Anniversary Distinguished Alumni Lecture. His talk is titled, "Would You Believe That A Simple Pollutant, Gas and Biological Messenger Could Create Such A Stir With 130,000 Scientific Publications?" The talk will begin at 4 p.m. in Meharry Hall, located within historic East College. Attendance is free and the speech is open to all.
Dr. Murad's appearance caps off DePauw's Alumni Healthcare and Legal Professionals Program, which begins Friday evening March 8 and concludes with a dinner following the Nobel laureate's lecture. At the two-day sessions, participants will discuss important social, ethical and legal issues facing us as individuals and as a nation. Learn more here.