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Ron Milo (All Other Countries): For his essay "Simple Building Blocks for Complex Networks." Milo grew up in Kfar-Saba, Israel. As an undergraduate, he studied physics and mathematics at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. His PhD research, conducted under the guidance of Uri Alon at the Weizmann Institute, centered on analyzing complex biological networks using network motifs. Milo continued in Alon's group as a postdoctoral fellow, and measured the variability and memory of protein levels in human cells. His doctoral research was recognized with a D. N. Chorafas award in 2004 and a J. F. Kennedy award in 2006. Milo is currently a fellow in the department of systems biology at Harvard medical school. In his spare time he enjoys investigating the beauty of nature in New-England together with his wife and daughter.
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