There were a few times in the career of Subra Suresh that he thought he would one day retire in the position he held. But then came the offers—first from MIT; then from the president of the United States; and, most recently, from Carnegie Mellon, where on July 1 he became the university’s ninth president.
Despite constant interruptions of his work because of political upheaval in his native Czechoslovakia, Josef Dadok still managed to introduce and develop the field of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy there. Recently, the Carnegie Mellon emeritus professor was honored with the dedication of a powerful new Czech facility in his name.
By answering fundamental scientific questions, CMU alumnus Jordan Green could change healthcare forever.