Biophysical Newsletter - September 2014

Newsletter SEPTEMBER 2014


59 th Annual Meeting

BPS Election Results Scarlata Voted President-Elect; Separovic Elected Secretary; Four Society Members Elected to Council

February 7-11, 2015 Baltimore, Maryland October 1 Abstract Submission October 3 Travel Award Application SRAA Competition January 7 Early Registration Congressional Fellowship Application October 14 Application Submission Networking Event Proposals October 30

Suzanne Scarlata of Stony Brook University was elected President-Elect of the Biophysical Society in the 2014 Society elections. She will assume that office at the 2015 Annual Business Meeting in Baltimore, Mary- land. Her term as president will begin at the 2016 Annual Business Meeting in Los Angeles, California. Frances Separovic of the University of Melbourne was elected Society Secretary. Her four-year term will begin July 1, 2015.

Suzanne Scarlata, Stony Brook University

Frances Separovic, University of Melbourne

Four Society members were elected to Council, each for a three-year term that will begin at the 2015 Annual Meeting. They are,

Ruth Heidelberger, University of Texas Health Science Center

Robert K. Nakamoto, University of Virginia

Gabriela Popescu, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Erin Sheets, University of Minnesota, Duluth

The Society is indebted to all of the candidates who agreed to run in these elections and to the over 20% of eligible Society members who participated in the election by casting their votes.


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