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Reka Albert elected to Hungarian Academy of Sciences

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Reka Albert, Distinguished Professor of Physics and Biology, has been elected as an external member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. She is recognized for her work applying network models to complex biological systems. Founded in 1825, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences is the oldest scientific institution in Hungary. Its main functions are to cultivate and to promote scientific research in Hungary and by Hungarian scientists. Albert also recently recognized as a Distinguished Alumna of the graduate school at the University of Notre Dame.