Carol A. Lange, PhD
B.S. (1985); Biology and Chemistry with Honors; Math Minor (Denver University)
Ph.D. (1991); Pharmaceutical Sciences and Molecular Toxicology (University of Colorado)
Awards & Recognitions
NIH NRSA - Individual National Research Service Award (1993-1995), NIH FIRST (R29) Award; Converted to R01; Renewed (1997-present), Women in Endocrinology Women’s Health Research Award ($20,000; 2001), American Cancer Society Research Scholar Award (2004-2008), Basic Science Chair; 2008 Endocrine Society Annual Meetings; 11/2009, Tickle Family Land Grant Endowed Chair in Breast Cancer Research; Roy O Greep Award for Outstanding Contributions to Endocrine Research (Endocrine Society Laureate Awards 2012); The Sara Evans Award (University of MN 2012) for Outstanding Leadership in Science and Engineering; University of MN Mentor of the Year Award (2013); Council of Graduate Students Outstanding Faculty Award (2014); Ada Comstock Distinguished Women Scholars Award and Public Lecture (U of MN; 10/2014); Emerging Research Award (2015); 5th District Eagles (University of MN), UMN AHC Research Excellence Award (2016), NIH/NCI Up for a Challenge (U4C) Award (team member collaborator and co-recipient with Dr. Chad Myers; 2016), Jensen Symposium Memorial Plenary Lecture (2018), Annette L. Boman Cancer Research Symposium KeyNote Lecture (2018), Sidney H. Ingbar Laureate Award for Distinguished Service to the Field of Endocrinology (Endocrine Society Laureate Awards 2020); American Cancer Society ResearcHers Legacy Award (2022); University of Minnesota Wall of Scholarship (2022) for high citations.