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SEBM Best Paper Awards for articles published in 2009
Date:3/16/2010

SEBM is pleased to announce the winners of the Best Paper Awards for articles published in the journal Experimental Biology and Medicine during 2009. SEBM recognizes the best paper annually in each of 3 categories: Clinical/Preclinical and Translation Research, Experimental Biology, and Interdisciplinary Research. The Interdisciplinary Research Award memorializes Nobel Laureate Dr. Alan MacDiamard. The first author of each Best Paper will receive a cash award and all authors will be recognized in the journal and at the Society's Reception at the Experimental Biology Meeting in Anaheim, CA in April 2010.

Category: Clinical/Preclinical and Translational

Ian S. Zagon, Kristen A. Rahn, Anthony P. Turel, Patricia J. McLaughlin
Endogenous opioids regulate expression of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis: a new paradigm for the treatment of multiple sclerosis
Experimental Biology and Medicine 2009 234:1383-92

Category: Experimental Biology

Molly M. Walsh, Haiqing Yi, Julie Friedman, Kyoung-in Cho, Nomingerel Tserentsoodol, Stuart McKinnon, Kelly Searle, Andrew Yeh, and Paulo A. Ferreira
Gene and Protein Expression Pilot Profiling and Biomarkers in an Experimental Mouse Model of Hypertensive Glaucoma
Experimental Biology and Medicine 2009 234: 918-930

Alan MacDiarmid Award in the Interdisciplinary Research Category

Vladimir Serikov, Catherine Hounshell, Sandra Larkin, William Green, Hirokazu Ikeda, Mark C. Walters, and Frans A. Kuypers
A BRIEF COMMUNICATION: Human Term Placenta as a Source of Hematopoietic Cells
Experimental Biology and Medicine 2009 234: 813-823


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