Elizabeth Lada

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Elizabeth Lada (born 19??) is an American astronomer.

The American Astronomical Society honored her work by awarding her the Annie Jump Cannon Award in Astronomy Prize in 1992.[1] She also was named as a Hubble Fellow during her work at the University of Maryland.[2][3] She was awarded a National Science Foundation's CAREER Award in 1999.[4][3] In 1998 she received a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE).[5][3] Lada got her Bachelor of Science in Physics degree at Yale University in 1965. She did her Ph.D. in Astronomy at the University of Texas in 1990.[3] Lada is currently Professor of Astronomy at the The University of Florida.[3]

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