Dr. Esteban Jobbágy (Duke Ph.D. 2002) was presented Argentina's Houssay Award on 17 August 2010. The Bernardo Houssay Award is the nation's highest award for a young scientist. In the photo, Argentina's President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner presents the award to Dr. Jobbágy. Jobbágy earned a Certificate in Ecology while at Duke and was advised by Prof. Rob Jackson. Jobbágy studies the cycling of materials in ecosystems and the effects of land-use change on ecosystem biogeochemistry.