Henry Colecraft, Chair (2014)
Baron Chanda, Chair-Elect (2015)
Diomedes Logothetis, Past-Chair (2013)
Christopher Ahern, Secretary-Treasurer (2013)
Mike White, Past Secretary-Treasurer (2012)
The Membrane Biophysics Subgroup promotes the exchange of ideas and information pertaining to the study of biological membranes. Subgroup members pursue research in a variety of areas including the structure, function and regulation of channels and transporters, lig-and-receptor interactions, signal transduction mechanisms, protein trafficking and secretory mechanisms. Each year the subgroup sponsors a symposium highlighting an area of membrane biophysics. The symposium is followed by a dinner at which the K.S. Cole Award in Membrane Biophysics is presented to a person who is deemed to have made seminal contributions to the field, followed by a short address by the recipient. Membership in the subgroup is open to all members of the Biophysical Society.
2014 Kenneth S. Cole Awardee: David Julius, University of California, San Francisco
Join the Membrane Biophysics Subgroup
Dues and Cole Award Dinner: $65 for members, $50 for students
In order to join a Subgroup, you must be a member of the Society.
2014 Annual Meeting Program
Past Membrane Biophysics Chairs
Kenneth S. Cole Award
Past Kenneth S. Cole Awardees
Past Membrane Biophysics Symposium Topics
Membrane Biophysics Bylaws