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ASBMB welcomes new members

ASBMB Today Staff
By ASBMB Today Staff
November 23, 2020

The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology welcomed more than 140 new members in July.
 

Liliana Abrego Hernandez, Texas A & M University
Husam Al-hraishawi, Rutgers University
Zubaydah Alahmadi, George Washington University
Md Jahangir Alam, Auburn University
Asaithamby Aroumougame, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Lindsey Aubuchon, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Parvathy Balamurugan, Johns Hopkins University
Priya Balamurugan, Johns Hopkins University
Sophie Bandurski, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
David Barto, University of Texas at Austin
David Battle, Mercer University
Jordan Beck, Southern Connecticut State University
Kiera Blawn, University of Arizona
Kassandra Boshae, University of Montana
Charles Bou–Nader, National Institutes of Health
Ploypenmas Boyd, Oregon State University
Brenda Breil, University of Florida
Randall Burton, Tilos Therapeutics
Bryan Alberto Castellanos Martinez, Universidad de Guadalajara
Elizabeth Chapman, University of Florida
Jessie Charles
Junjie Chen, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Drew Childs, Oregon State University
Erin Collins, Virginia Tech
Maralice Conacci–Sorrell, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Christian Cook–Jones, Wayne University
Sharron Crane, Rutgers University
Brenda Crews, Vanderbilt University
Heather Critchfield, Towson University
Elfriede Dall, University of Salzburg
Noah Daniecki, University of Delaware
Adam Davis, University of Mississippi Medical Center
Adam Davis, University of Southern Mississippi
Alexis Davison, Pennsylvania State University
Sabina Dhakal, Saint Cloud State University
Sathiya Dharmaiah, Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research/NCI/NIH
Nicholas Everhard, Georgia Southern University
Jennifer Ewald, University of Tuebingen
Cade Fallaw, University of South Carolina
Cadence Flohrschutz, University of Arizona
Ann Friesenhahn, Texas A&M University–San Antonio
Francesco Galli, University of Perugia
Devon Garland, University of New Mexico Health Science Center
Pratibha Ghodke, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Matthew Golovoy, Wayne State University
Brandon Greene, University of California, Santa Barbara
Tiffany Gunnels, Texas A&M University
Clayton Hausberger, University of Texas Health Science Center
Summer Hayek, University of New Mexico
Danielle Healey, George Washington School of Medicine
Alexandria Henson, Hampton University
Bobby Hogg, National Institutes of Health
Shanon Hossain, Pennsylvania State University
Raghav Jain, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Daelin Jensen, Brigham Young University
Nikolas Kambitsis, University of Illinois at Chicago
Amal Karesh, University of California, Davis
Robert Kennedy, Tenafly High School
Choon Kim, University of Notre Dame
Jiwoo Kim, Virginia Tech
Adelya Kurniawati, Brawijaya University
Audrone Lapinaite, Arizona State University Tempe
English Laserna, Clemson University
Cheng-Che Lee, Boston University
Nayoung Lee, University of Virginia
Yuha Lee
Tsun Leung, ExamsPM
Zongjin Li, Nankai University
Giselle Lopez Fernandez, University of Pennsylvania
Corinne Manley, University of Montana
Samantha Markowitz, University of New Mexico
Elisabeth Marnik, Husson University
María Macarena Massip Copiz, Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina
  Forge Mathes, Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College
Bohoomika Mathur, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Nick McCormick, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Kaitlin McNeely, University of Mississippi Medical Center
Kiernan McNelis, University of Pennsylvania
Kiran Meena, All India Institute of Medical Sciences Rishikesh
Yazan Meqbil, Purdue University
Kristina Mills, Cedarville University
Eric Minikel, Broad Institute
Alison Mody, Villanova University
Carolina Monterrey, Texas A&M University
Ty Montgomery, Pennsylvania State University
Matthew Moore, West Virginia University
Kristen Naegle, University of Virginia
Chiamaka Ohanenye, Lewis Katz School of Medicine
Jennifer Olivares Cortes, University of California, Davis
Wadzani Palnam, Indian Agricultural Research Institute
Jessica Parker, Texas State University
Shreyas Patel, WS Biotech
Noah Patterson, Fullerton College
Omar Payán Parra, Northwestern University
Jeffrey Petty, West Virginia University
Lilian Pham, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Vivian Poku, South Dakota State University
John Post, Elon University
Jeremy Prokop, Michigan State University
Mikayla Quintana, Boston College
Siddarth Raajasekar, University of Canterbury
Wael Rabeh, New York University Abu Dhabi
Jennifer Reece, University of New Mexico
Shane Rich–New, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Meaghan Richardson, University of Maryland
Raven Robinson, Virginia Tech
April Rodd, Brown University
Jacob Roth, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Mayuri Sadoine, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
Jack Scheutzow, Stony Brook University
Michael Scott, Texas Tech University
Ipek Selcen, City University of New York Advanced Science Research Center
Ying Sheng, University of California, Davis
Yoshitaka (Joey) Shibata, Penn State College of Medicine
Caleb Smith, Oklahoma State University Center for Health Science
Kristen Snitchler, National Cancer Institute
Ting Song, Dalian University of Technology
Madeline Stanton, Hope College
Jason Stone, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Will Stoskopf, University of Montana
Randy Strich, Rowan Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
Kumar Subramani, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Matthew Summers, Ohio State University
Jacob Swenson, Oregon State University
Utsav Tatu, University of California, Davis
Bailey Tibben, Van Andel Institute
Chi Trinh, Wellesley College
Anitha TS, Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth
Kiara Vega–Bellido, Baylor College of Medicine
Alison Vicary, University of California, San Diego
Jane Vista, University of South Carolina
Joshua Walters, Clemson University
Dan Wang, University of Massachusetts Medical School Worcester
Ankedo Warda, University of Arizona
Aleena White, Pennsylvania State University
Andrew Wiemer, University of Connecticut
Jakob Wikar, Northeastern University
Wendi Williams, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Jacob Wood, University of Tennessee
Cristian Wulkop, Scripps Research
Shahparak Zaltash, Pfenex Biopharmacuticals
Limei Zhang, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Yifan Zhao, University of California, Riverside
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