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ASBMB welcomes new members

ASBMB Today Staff
By ASBMB Today Staff
June 22, 2020

The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology welcomes new members who joined in March.

 

Maximus Addington, University of Denver
Shivani Akula, University of the Incarnate Word
Kylie Allen, Virginia Tech
Sergio Apuzzo, University of Vermont Medical Center
Lori Banks, Bates College
Cory Barnes, Eastern Illinois University
Emmanuel Bassey, Center For Undergraduate Research
Finn Beruldsen, Hendrix College
John Bowling, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Elizabeth Bradley, University of Minnesota
Justin Brueggeman, University of Tennessee
Amol Chaudhari, Melio Labs
Leila Chihab, Santa Clara University
William Crawley, University of Toledo
Tanetta Curenton, Cleveland State University
James Davies, Wichita State University
Aninda Dey, University of Missouri–Kansas City
Manikarna Dinda, University of Virginia
Stephanie Dingwall, University of California, Riverside
Cameron Dockens, University of Arizona
Ariel Endsley, San Jose City College
Mallory Ferrell, Mississippi State University
Rachel Friedman Ohana, Promega
Taylor Fuselier, Tulane University
Esther Galindo, University of the Incarnate Word
Maria Grandoni, PPD
Jessica Hemmelgarn, Ohio University
Allison Hester, University of Texas Health at San Antonio
Naomi Hogan, Roanoke College
Armine Hovakimyan, Institute for Molecular Medicine
Alaumy Joshi, Texas A&M University
Anastasia Kelley, University of Texas at Dallas
Detra Kelsey, University of Florida
Rowan Kenee, Virginia Tech
Javan Kisaka, Washington University School of Medicine
in St. Louis
Jennifer Kyeremanteng, South Dakota State University
Qinglin Li, Purdue University
Miranda Lynch, Hauptman–Woodward Medical Research Institute
Jessica Maciel, New Mexico State University
Isamu Matsuda, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Debbie McKenzie, University of Alberta
Aaron Miles, Harvard University
Basil Nikolau, Iowa State University
George Nwokocha, Louisiana State University
Alison O’Neil, Wesleyan University
Chimezie Onwukwe, Pharmaceutical
George Owttrim, University of Alberta
Michael Phillips, Evonik Corporation
Jafet Rodriguez, University of California, Santa Cruz
Shekhar Saha, University of Virginia
Sanjay Samanta, Albany Molecular Research Inc.
Max Sander, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Jonathan Schlebach, Indiana University Bloomington
Shujie Shi, University of Pittsburgh
Shannon Slewitzke, Arizona State University
Eric Strobel, Northwestern University
Jianjun Sun, University of Texas at El Paso
Corey Thomas, Rhode Island College
Yazmin Torres, Santa Clara University
Taylan Tunckanat, Virginia Tech
Chiamaka Udedibor, Alcorn State University
Yael Udi, Rockefeller University
Deborah Veis, Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine
Mark Ware, American University
Fuquan Yang, Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Shelya Zeng, Tulane University
Yongjun Zhou, School of Medicine, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
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