Oversea Vietnamese receives US Presidential Award
This is the highest honour bestowed by the US Government on young professionals in the early stages of their independent research careers.
Born in 1976 and having immigrated in the US ten years later, Assistant Professor Nguyen’s studies focus mainly on biomechanics dealing with the viscoelasticity of polymers, the origin and development of biological cells and tissue recovery
Nguyen graduated as Bachelor of Science at the
The award, established by President Clinton in February 1996, provides the winning scientists and engineers research grant for up to five years to further their studies in support of critical government missions.