Members elected to the National Academy of Sciences

2018-NAS-members


May 4, 2018 — The following ASBMB members have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences. They were among 84 new members and 21 foreign associates recognized for the research.  

Natalie G. Ahn
Associate director, Biofrontiers Institute 
Professor, department of chemistry and biochemistry,
University of Colorado, Boulder 
President, ASBMB  

Daniel Herschlag 
Professor of biochemistry, Stanford University 




Eva-Mari Aro  
Professor of molecular plant biology,
and academy professor, department of biochemistry,
University of Turku, Turku, Finland 
(Elected foreign associate) 

Tomas Lindahl 
Emeritus group leader, Francis Crick Institute, London  
(Elected foreign associate) 


Roger J. Davis 
Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute 
H. Arthur Smith Chair and professor of molecular medicine,
program in molecular medicine,
University of Massachusetts Medical School 

Karolin Luger 
Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute 
Professor and Jennie Smoley Caruthers
Endowed Chair of Biochemistry, department of chemistry and biochemistry,
University of Colorado, Boulder 

Sarah C.R. Elgin 
Professor, Howard Hughes Medical Institute 
Professor of genetics and education,
department of biology, Washington University, St. Louis 


Andrej Sali 
Professor, department of bioengineering and therapeutic sciences,
and associate dean, School of Pharmacy,
University of California, San Francisco


Michael M. Gottesman 
Deputy director for intramural research,
National Institutes of Health  

David G. Schatz 
Waldemar Von Zedtwitz Professor of Immunobiology,
professor of molecular biophysics and biochemistry,
and chair of immunobiology, Yale School of Medicine