The Biophysical Society is committed to encouraging the development and
dissemination of knowledge in biophysics. It does so through its many programs,
including its meetings, publications, and committee outreach activities. Your
donation to the BPS Fund will help support members with travel awards to
meetings, provide bridging funds to members experiencing a lapse in funding,
give funds for local group activities, BPS advocacy efforts, teaching and
education assistance and much more.
With over 9,000 Society members who work in academia, industry, and in
government agencies throughout the world, together, we can help strengthen and
advance the field of biophysics.
There are several ways you can donate:
All donations are tax-deductible.
Travel Support Funds
Help members attend the Biophysical Society’s Annual Meeting through
Education, CPOW, and CID committee awards programs.
Help support the Society’s advocacy efforts and activities to ensure
appropriate representation for science on Capitol Hill.
Emily M. Gray Award Endowment Fund
Endowment to fund, in perpetuity, the Emily M. Gray Award for teaching and
Kazuhiko Kinosita Memorial Fund
Endowment to fund, in perpetuity, an award in Single Molecule Biophysics that
honors the life and work of Kazuhiko Kinosita.
General Contribution to the Society
Support the Society’s general activities, including committee outreach and