Biophysical Society - July 2014 Newsletter
Newsletter JULY 2014
Klaus Schulten Named 2015 National Lecturer
Disordered Motifs and Domains in Cell Control October 11–15, 2014 Dublin, Ireland July 11 Early Registration
Klaus Schulten , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, has been selected to present the 2015 National Lecture at the Biophysical Society 59th Annual Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland, February 7-11, 2015. The Lecture, Discoveries in Biophysics Through the Computational Microscope , will take place on Monday, February 9.
59 th Annual Meeting
February 7-11, 2015 Baltimore, Maryland October 1 Abstract Submission October 3 Travel Award Application SRAA Competition Congressional Fellowship Application October 14 Application Submission
Biophysical Congressional Science Fellowship Apply Now! Interested in a using your science skills to inform science policy? Apply to be the first BPS Congressional Fellow. All members who have received their terminal degree are eligible to apply for this year long fellowship, which begins September 2015. Applicants may be fresh out of school or senior investigators.The application deadline is October 14. Learn more by going to www.biophysics.org and clicking 'Awards' and then 'Grants & Opportunites'.
Annual Meeting Call for Papers The 59 th Annual Meeting website is now open for abstract submission and registration. Look for the Call for Papers, which is being mailed this month or go to www.biophysics. org/2015meeting for all information.
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