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ASBMB welcomes new members

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By ASBMB Today Staff
March 1, 2021

The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology welcomed almost 120 new member in September.

 

Hisyam Abdul Hamid, Universiti Teknologi MARA
Jennifer Abelin, Broad Institute
Nathalie Aceves, California State University, Fresno
Aastha Acharya, South Dakota State University
Young-Hoon Ahn, Wayne State University
Ahmed Al–Tohamy, Louisiana State University
Josue Alvarado, College of the Holy Cross
Michelle Alvarez, University of Central Florida
Cristina Andreani, University of Cincinnati
Jamie Arnold, University of North at Carolina Chapel Hill
Ghulam Ashraf, King Abdulaziz University, 
Lois Banta, Williams College
Manu Ben–Johny, Columbia University
Divyaa Bhagdikar, The Ohio State University
Nicholas Bisson, Centre de Recherche du CHU de Québec
Karsten Boldt, Eberhard-Karls University of Tuebingen
Ujala Chawla, St. Cloud State University
Paula Contreras, University of Central Florida
Ernesto Cuevasanta, Universidad de la República
Pedro Cutillas, Queen Mary University of London
Anthony D'Angelo, College of the Holy Cross
Mahmood Dalhat, King Abdulaziz University
Ritankar Das, Dascena
Ahmed Doudin, St. Cloud State University
Sherif Elsabbagh, University of Tuebingen
Alexander Ewing, California State University, Fresno
Sara Fakhretaha–Aval, Georgia Institute of Technology
Lucas Fallot, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Ashley Fragoso, University of Central Florida
T. Chris Gamblin, University of Texas at San Antonio
Alejandro Garcia Flores, University of Arizona
Michael Gelaw, St. Cloud State University
Millie Georgiadis, Indiana University School of Medicine
Timothy Gould, Colorado College
Sara Guay, College of the Holy Cross
Michelle Haigbea, College of the Holy Cross
Randolph Hampton, University of California, San Diego
Amanda Hargrove, Duke University
Shang-Te Danny Hsu, Academia Sinica
Tiffani Hui, Tufts University
Martina Huranova, Czech Academy of Sciences
Alissa Jackson, Lee University
David Jacobson, Vanderbilt University
Lisa Jatta, University of Houston–Clear Lake
Simon Jeppson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Evan Jones, University of Nevada, Reno
Teriana Jones, University of Central Florida
Noah Kahan, University of Texas at Austin
Brett Kaufman, University of Pittsburgh
Olumide Kayode, National Cancer Institute
Aida Kelman, Columbia University
Zena Khaled, University of Central Florida
Fatema Khondker, University of Central Florida
Jessica Killingsworth, University of Central Florida
Sampada Koirala, St. Cloud State University
Samantha Kouneski, Towson University
Jeroen Krijgsveld, German Cancer Research Center
Jean-Phillipe Lambert, Centre hospitalier de l'Université Laval
Oded Lewinson, Technion–Israel Institute of Technology
Liam Lewis, College of the Holy Cross
  Jiqiang Ling, University of Maryland
Lei Lu, Nanyang Technological University
Jason Maynard, University of California, San Francisco
Eunice Mchaina, University of Bergen
Krisandra McLaughlin, St. Cloud State University
Elizabeth Mearls, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Felix Meissner, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry
Yansong Miao, Nanyang Technological University
Charlie Millard, College of the Holy Cross
Shuji Mizumoto, Meijo University
Wengelawit Molla, St. Cloud State University
Joshua Morriss, Virginia Commonwealth University
Samuel Myers, Broad Institute
Yasmin Nevels–Whitehurst, Signify Laboratory
Thang Nguyen, California State University, Channel Islands
Adriana Norris, Vanderbilt University
Dimitra Palioura, Temple University
Sam Payne, Brigham Young University
Delila Payton, Milwaukee School of Engineering
Gisselle Perez, University of Central Florida
Anh Phan, College of the Holy Cross
Mary Pinn, College of the Holy Cross
Robert Piscopio, University of California, Santa Barbara
Christopher Proud, South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute
Alexis Pugh, Penn State University Park
Shu Quan, East China University of Science and Technology
Jeanette Quintero, University of California, Santa Barbara
Adua Rahman, University of Tennessee
Carla Reyes, University of Central Florida
Diego Rios, University of Puerto Rico–Aguadilla
Angelica Rosado–Quinones, University of Puerto Rico–Rio Piedras
Stefan Rüdiger, University of Utrecht
Anke Rudloff, Purdue University
Hunter Russell, College of the Holy Cross
Luis Salazar, Universidad de La Frontera
Michel Geovanni Santiago–Martinez, Pennsylvania State University
Shankha Satpathy, The Broad Institute
Shruti Saxena, California State University, Channel Islands
Anthony Schmitt, Pennsylvania State University
Susan Schroeder, University of Oklahoma
Lakpa Sherpa, St. Cloud State University
Isabel Silva, University of Central Florida
Viktoriya Skidanova, Boston University
Celine Sparkes, University of Central Florida
Jyh Hern Tan, Purdue University
Jharef Tecsihua Tamariz, St. Cloud State University
Eleanor Terry, University of Tennessee
Anil Thapa, St. Cloud State University
Nghia Tran, San Francisco State University
Ea kristine Clarisse Tulin, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Crystal Vargas, California State University, Channel Islands
Anh Vo, University of Houston
Emily Webb, North Dakota State University
Michael Wells, Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine
Mathias Wilhelm, Lehrstuhl für Proteomik und Bioanalytik
Jennifer Wilkes, University of Florida
Houa Yang, St. Cloud State University
Ji Young Youn, Sick Kids Research Institute
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