Ralph Bradshaw, Ph.D.
University of California, Irvine
Dr. Bradshaw is widely recognized for his pioneering studies of nerve growth factor and nerve growth factor receptor structure and function. In addition he is a noted protein chemist and a leader in the development of proteomics. He is the past chair of Biochemistry at UC Irvine, and is currently Editor-in-chief of Molecular and Cellular Proteomics, a journal that he initiated for ASBMB.
David Nanus, M.D.
Weill Medical College of Cornell University
Dr. Nanus is a urologic oncologist well known for his studies of the effects of cell-surface peptidases and the regulation of their expression by steroids in the development and progression of prostate cancer and renal cancer.
J. Thomas Parsons, Ph.D.
Professor and chair of Microbiology at the University of Virginia
Dr. Parsons is highly recognized for his outstanding work on tyrosine kinases associated with focal adhesions and their role in cell adherence, cell migration, cell division and transformation.
Doug Rees, Ph.D.
California Institute of Technology
Dr. Rees is an HHMI investigator and a member of the National Academy of Sciences. He is well known for his major contributions to the structural biology of proteins involved in biological energy transduction processes. He has particularly focused on metalloproteins and membrane transporters.
Dr. Mary Vore
Professor and Director of the Graduate Center in ToxicologyDr. Phillip Landfield
Professor and Chair of the Department of PharmacologyDr. James Tracy
Vice President for ResearchDr. Vincent Cassone
Professor of Biology and Chair of Department of Biology