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Biophysical Society announces 2011 Student Research Achievement award winners
Date:3/22/2011

Bethesda, MDThe 9500-member Biophysical Society is pleased to announce the 2011 Student Research Achievement Award Winners. 309 society student members participated in this competitive event held during the Biophysical Society Annual Meeting on March 6 in Baltimore, Maryland. Judges from the Society's subgroups selected twenty winners. The winners were recognized at an awards ceremony on March 7 and received a monetary award. The winners are:

Bioenergetics

Marcela Gonzalez-Granillo
Joseph Fourier University

Ariel Lewis-Ballester
Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Albrecht von Hardenberg
University of Saarlandes

Biological Fluorescence

Patrick Cutler
University of New Mexico

Ruoyi Qiu
North Carolina State University

Exocytosis & Endocytosis

Vimal Gangadharan
University of Delaware

Prattana Samasilp
Case Western Reserve University

Intrinsically Disordered Proteins

William Elam
Johns Hopkins University

Albert Mao
Washington University

Elizabeth Middleton
Yale University

Natasha Pirman
University of Florida

Davit Potoyan
University of Maryland

Membrane Biophysics

Paolo Lobo
University of British Columbia

Friedrich Roder
University of Osnabrueck

Membrane Structure and Assembly

Jason Perlmutter
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Preston Moon
Johns Hopkins University

Cynthia Stanich
University of Washington

Molecular Biophysics

Monica Yun Liu
Yale University

Motility

Zachary Wissner-Gross
Harvard University

Permeation

Kene Piasta
Brandeis University


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Contact: Ellen R. Weiss
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Biophysical Society
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