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The American Society of Plant Biologists announces 2007 awards
Date:9/6/2007

ana University, is the 2007 ASPB Excellence in Teaching Award recipient.

Martin Gibbs Medal The Martin Gibbs Medal was instituted by the Society's executive committee in 1993 to honor Martin Gibbs, editor of Plant Physiology from 1963 to 1993. The Gibbs Medal is presented biennially to an individual who has pioneered advances that have served to establish new directions of investigation in the plant sciences. The winner receives the medal and is invited to convene a Martin Gibbs Medal Symposium at the annual meeting the following year. Richard A. Jorgensen, University of Arizona, has been awarded the 2007 Martin Gibbs Medal for his pioneering work leading to the discovery of RNA interference (RNAi).

Stephen Hales Prize This award honors the Reverend Stephen Hales for his pioneering work in plant biology published in his 1727 book Vegetable Staticks. It is an annual monetary award established in 1927 for a scientist, whether or not a member of the Society, who has served the science of plant biology in some noteworthy manner. The recipient of the award is invited to address the Society on a subject in plant biology at the next annual meeting. The 2007 winner is Sarah Hake of the Plant Gene Expression Center for her pioneering contributions to our fundamental understanding of plant developmental biology that span the scientific disciplines of evolution, genetics, cell biology, and plant molecular biology.

Early Career Award The Early Career Award was instituted by the Society's executive committee in 2005 to recognize outstanding research by scientists at the beginning of their careers. This award is a monetary award made annually for exceptionally creative, independent contributions by a member of the Society who is not more than five years post-Ph.D. on January 1st of the year of the presentation. Elena Shpak, University of Tennessee was selected for the 2007 Early Career Award because of her outstanding accomplishmen
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American Society of Plant Biologists
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