2018 ASBMB award winners

Don’t miss their lectures at the annual meeting in San Diego

Published September 01 2017

Alice and C. C. Wang Award in Molecular Parasitology
Elizabeth A. Winzeler
University of California, San Diego
Earl and Thressa Stadtman Young Scholar Award
Andrei Korostelev
University of Massachusetts
Visualizing translation by ensemble cryo-EM
       

ASBMB Award for Exemplary Contributions to Education
Paul A. Craig
Rochester Institute of Technology
Promoting hypothesis-driven thinking in the undergraduate biochemistry lab
Herbert Tabor Research Award
Gerald Hart
Johns Hopkins University
Nutrient regulation of signaling and transcription
       
ASBMB-Merck Award
Kim Orth
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Black spot, black death, black pearl: tales of bacterial effectors
Mildred Cohn Award in Biological Chemistry
Leemor Joshua-Tor
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
The origin recognition complex: where it all begins
       
Avanti Award in Lipids
Dennis R. Voelker
National Jewish Health
Phospholipid regulation of inflammatory processes and viral infection
Ruth Kirschstein Diversity in Science Award
Andrew Tsin
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Biochemistry of ocular diseases
       
Bert and Natalie Vallee Award in Biomedical Science
Titia de Lange
Rockefeller University
How telomeres solve the end-protection problem
Walter A. Shaw Young Investigator Award in Lipid Research
John Burke
University of Victoria
Probing the structure, dynamics and regulation of lipid signaling enzymes in disease
       
Bert and Natalie Vallee Award in Biomedical Science (2017)
Ronald Evans
Salk Institute for Biological Studies
Targeting the pancreatic cancer ecosystem
William C. Rose Award
Steven Clarke
University of California, Los Angeles
What can protein methylation tell us about biology?
       
DeLano Award for Computational Biosciences
Chris Sander
Dana Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School
FASEB Excellence in Science Award
Lynne Maquat
University of Rochester
Nonsense-mediated mRNA decay and human disease: genome guardian and executor