ACS Fellows

The American Chemical Society (ACS) Fellows Program was created by the ACS Board of Directors in December 2008 to recognize members of ACS for outstanding achievements in and contributions to science, the profession, and the Society. Learn more about the ACS Fellows Program and nominations on the ACS webpage.

BIOT Members that have been elected as ACS Fellows includes

  • Jonathan Coffman, (2020)

  • MaryAnne Armstrong, BSKB (2019)

  • Narahari Pujar, Moderna Therapeutics (2019)

  • David Roush, Merck Research Laboratories (2019)

  • Hong-Yuan Chen, Nanjing University (2017)

  • Todd Przybycien, Carnegie Mellon University (2017)

  • Sharon Haynie, DuPont (2016)

  • Michael Appell, USDA (2015)

  • Bonnie Charpentier, Cytokinetics, Inc. (2015)

  • Eric Furst, University of Delware (2014)

  • Alex Madonik, Green Science Policy Institute (2014)

  • Daniel Schwartz, University of Colorado, Boulder (2014)

  • Keith Stine, University of Missouri, St. Louis (2014)

  • Richard Willson, University of Houston (2014)

  • William Bentley, University of Maryland (2013)

  • Kent Goklen, GlaxoSmithKline (2013)

  • Jerome Schultz, University of California, Riverside (2013)

  • Weichang Zhou, WuXi AppTec (2013)

  • Steven Cramer, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (2012)

  • Angela Hoffman, University of Portland (2012)

  • Vijaya Korlipara, St. John's University (2012)

  • Erik Fernandez, University of Virginia (2011)

  • Michael Ladisch, Purdue University/Mascoma Corp. (2011)

  • Eleftherios Papoutsakis, University of Delaware (2011)

  • Jonathan Dordick, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (2010)

  • David Tirrell, California Institute of Technology (2010)

  • Arindam Bose, Pfizer (2009)

  • James Swartz, Stanford University (2009)

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