Biophysical Society Bulletin | June 2020
T H E N E W S L E T T E R O F T H E B I O P H Y S I C A L S O C I E T Y
2020 BPS Elections NowOpen Voting is open June 1 through August 1 The Society is pleased to announce the 2020 slate of candidates for President-Elect and Council. The two candidates for President-Elect are Jonathon Howard of Yale University and Gail A. Robertson of University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The President-Elect will serve a one-year term, beginning February 2021, followed by a year as President, starting February 2022, and one subsequent year as Past-President, beginning in February 2023. The candidate for Treasurer is Samantha Harris of the University of Arizona. The Treasurer serves a four-year term beginning July 1, 2021. Jonathon Howard
Gail A. Robertson
This year’s slate includes eight candidates for Council, shown below. The four members who are elected will each serve a three-year term beginning February 2021. Full biographical information and candidate statements are available at www.biophysics.org. All Society members, includ- ing students, with 2020 dues paid by May 31, 2020, are eli- gible to vote. Eligible members may vote electronically through
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President’s Message Biophysicist in Profile
August 1, 2020, by means of the secure site found at www.biophysics.org. The Society is indebted to the Nominating Committee for developing the slate. The committee members were Zev Bryant , Chair; Julie Biteen , Jane Clarke , David Eliezer , Angela Gronenborn , and Joseph Mindell .
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