The conference receives hundreds of thousands of submissions from universities worldwide. Only a handful of scientists are invited to attend the conference, and out of those invited, only a few are chosen to present a speech. Zhang’s invitation represents the international recognition of innovation amongst some of the most accomplished scientists worldwide. Her work will be evaluated alongside that of professors, post-graduate researchers, and medical professionals.
“Needless to say, I am humbled to be invited to this conference at such a young age and grateful that I have this wonderful opportunity to learn from such a diverse group of scientists,” said Zhang. “I really hope that this recognition will be a step forward for my future aspirations in advancing medicine and biotechnological innovation.”
Other honors for Zhang include the U.S Air Force Laboratory Award and the American Meteorological Society Outstanding Achievement Award. Both commend strong research presentations and demonstrate the interest these organizations have in her work.
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