Deborah S. Jin
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|Deborah S. Jin|
|Born||November 15, 1968|
|Institutions||National Institute of Standards and Technology;
University of Colorado at Boulder
|Alma mater||Princeton University;
University of Chicago
|Doctoral advisor||Thomas F. Rosenbaum|
|Notable awards||MacArthur Fellowship (2003)
Benjamin Franklin Medal (2008)
Isaac Newton Medal (2014)
Deborah S. Jin (born November 15, 1968) is a physicist and fellow with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST); Professor Adjunct, Department of Physics at the University of Colorado; a fellow of the JILA, a NIST joint laboratory with the University of Colorado. In 2003, Dr. Jin's team at JILA made the first fermionic condensate.
Jin has won several prestigious awards:
- The MacArthur Fellowship "genius grant" in 2003.
- Scientific American's "Research Leader of the Year" in 2004.
- The Franklin Institute's The Franklin Institute Awards 2008 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Physics.
- L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Award Laureate for North America, for her work in ultracold gases of fermions in 2013.
- The Institute of physics Isaac Newton Medal 
- Comstock Prize in Physics 2014.
- MacArthur Foundation Wikipedia article for a list of "genius grant" recipients
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