Out­stand­ing young sci­en­tists awarded pres­i­dent’s prize

The UB Post - - Domestic - By T.BAYARBAT

Young sci­en­tists who made bril­liant achieve­ments this year re­ceived the pres­i­den­tial prize of 2018 from Chief of Staff to the pres­i­dent Z.Enkhbold on De­cem­ber 18.

The pres­i­dent an­nu­ally awards young sci­en­tists in or­der to pro­mote the de­vel­op­ment of science and en­cour­age young sci­en­tists to be in­no­va­tive and cre­ative.

Chief of the Ge­net­ics Lab­o­ra­tory of the In­sti­tute of Gen­eral and Ex­per­i­men­tal Bi­ol­ogy op­er­at­ing un­der the Mon­go­lian Academy of Sciences PhD B.Tseren­du­lam re­ceived the pres­i­den­tial prize for her work ti­tled “Novel in­ter­ac­tion part­ners of chro­matin re­mod­eller CHD7, a protein mu­tated in charge syn­drome”.

The pres­i­den­tial prize was also pre­sented to se­nior lec­turer of the Mon­go­lian Univer­sity of Science and Tech­nol­ogy’s School of In­for­ma­tion and Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Tech­nol­ogy PhD D.Zolzaya for her the­sis ti­tled “De­riv­ing hu­man ac­tiv­ity from geo-lo­cated data by on­to­log­i­cal rea­son­ing”.

PhD B.Khon­gorzul, a re­searcher of the Mon­go­lian Na­tional Univer­sity of Med­i­cal Sciences’ De­part­ment of Science and Tech­nol­ogy, re­ceived the prize for her the­sis “Stem cell and its niche in pi­tu­itary gland: notch sig­nal­ing-me­di­ated cell-to-cell in­ter­ac­tion is de­pen­dent on E-cad­herin ad­he­sion”.

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