Schatz wins awards at Watson Bio Sciences School


KUDOS FROM NOBEL WINNER — Dr. Michael Schatz, PhD, right, is congratulated by Dr. James Watson, left, for winning the 2012 Winnship Herr Award and Medal for excellence in teaching at the Watson School for Biological Sciences at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in Long Island. Schatz is the son of William and Joan Schatz, 61 Northwood Circle. He is an assistant professor at the Watson School and Watson, who won the 1962 Nobel Prize for his discovery of the double helix structure of the DNA molecule, is the Founder of the School and President Emeritius of the Laboratory. (Photo submitted)

Dr. Michael Schatz, PhD, right, is congratulated by Dr. James Watson,

left, for winning the 2012 Winnship Herr Award and Medal for

excellence in teaching at the Watson School for Biological Sciences at

the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in Long Island. Schatz is the son of William and Joan Schatz, 61 Northwood Cir. He is an

assistant professor or at the Watson School and Watson, who won

the 1962 Nobel Prize for his discovery of the double helix structure

of the DNA molecule, is the Founder of the School and President

Emeritius of the Laboratory.