Kenneth S. Cole Award



The Kenneth S. Cole Award is given to an investigator who has made a substantial contribution to the understanding of membrane biophysics. The Award will be presented at the subgroup dinner following the Saturday afternoon symposium at the Biophysical Society Annual Meeting. Any member of the Membrane Biophysics subgroup may be a nominator. The recipient will be chosen by the Selection Committee, comprised of the Subgroup Chair, the Chair-Elect, the Past Chair, the Past Past Chair, and the Secretary-Treasurer.


2016 Kenneth S. Cole Award Winners:

Rod Mackinnon, Rockefeller University

2015 Kenneth S. Cole Award Winners:

William Catterall, University of Washington
Todd Scheuer, University of Washington
Walter Stuhmer, Max Planck Institute

Eligibility:
Investigator who has made a substantial contribution to the understanding of membrane biophysics
Nomination packets must include the following:
Brief statement summarizing the qualifications of the nominee, emphasizing the contributions that the nominee has made to membrane biophysics, and a CV.

Nomination deadline for 2017 Award: November 4, 2016
Send inquiries and nominations to Christopher Ahern (christopher-ahern@uiowa.edu).