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Professor Charles Rice Net Worth, Age, Height, Weight, Early Life, Career, Bio, Dating, Facts

Charles Rice is a famous American professor. He is a renowned professor who has been very active on his duty to serve and save humankind from various diseases. He is a professor of virology currently at the Rockefeller University located in New York, USA. He is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and national academy of sciences.

On October 5, 2020, Charles Rice was given the Nobel Prize in Medicine along with his colleagues Michael Houghton and Harvey J. Alter as they had successfully rediscovered the Hepatitis C virus. He was awarded at a conference held in Sweden due to the global pandemic caused by the coronavirus.   

NameCharles Rice

10 Facts on Charles Rice

Charles Rice was born on August 25, 1952, in Sacramento, United States of America.

Charles’s age as of 2020 is exactly 68 years old as his birthday was just a month ago.

Information regarding his professional work is available on Wikipedia however he hasn’t mentioned much about his personal life.

Charles is most probably married yet he hasn’t spoken up about his wife as he doesn’t prefer to be in the limelight.

He won the Nobel Prize in medicine on October 5, 2020, along with British born Canadian scientist Michael Houghton and American Medical Researcher Harvey J. Alter.

Nobel Prize in Medicine 2020 winner Charles Rice’s family life and background has been kept very secret as he is just focused on her professional work rather than other speculation.

Talking about his biography he completed his graduation from the University of California and his Ph.D. in biochemist from California Institute of Technology in 1981.

Charles is a professor at the University of Rockefeller from way back in 2001 and has been linked with the university for almost a decade.

Charles’s some of the other valuable awards are Robert Koch Prize in 2015, Lasker-DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award in 2016, and the Lasker Award in 2016.

He is also an author and editor who has worked at the Journal of Virology and Journal of Experimental Medicine.

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