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, ligand-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.
In order to join the Membrane Biophysics Subgroup, you must be a member of the Society.
2018 Membrane Biophysics Subgroup Symposium
Past Membrane Biophysics Chairs Kenneth S. Cole Award Past Kenneth S. Cole Awardees Past Programs Past Membrane Biophysics Symposium Topics Membrane Biophysics Bylaws