FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | August 09, 2021
American Chemical Society names ACS Fellows for 2021
WASHINGTON, Aug. 9, 2021 — The American Chemical Society (ACS) named 49 members to the 2021 class of ACS Fellows.
Created by the ACS Board of Directors in December 2008, the Fellow of the American Chemical Society designation is awarded to members who have made exceptional contributions to the science or profession and have provided excellent volunteer service to the ACS community.
The official list of names appeared in the Aug. 2 issue of Chemical & Engineering News.
Here are the 2021 Fellows, listed alphabetically:
Angie R. Angeles, Gilead Sciences
Edgar A. Arriaga, University of Minnesota
Lane A. Baker, Indiana University
Maria-Jesus Blanco, Sage Therapeutics
Keith R. Cadwallader, University of Illinois
David E. Chavez, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Jonathan Coffman, Boehringer Ingelheim
Ana de Bettencourt-Dias, University of Nevada, Reno
Kathryn D. Deibler, GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare
Michael A. Duncan, University of Georgia
Thomas H. Epps III, University of Delaware
William (Rick) Ewing, Philadelphia Local Section, Bristol Myers Squibb
Javier García-Martínez, University of Alicante
Rainer E. Glaser, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Meledath Govindan, Fitchburg State University
Timothy W. Hanks, Furman University
Eva M. Harth, University of Houston
George L. Heard, University of North Carolina Asheville
Mark C. Hersam, Northwestern University
Veronica I. Jaramillo, Pasadena City College
Dimitris Katsoulis, Dow
Ehud Keinan, Technion–Israel Institute of Technology
James D. Kubicki, University of Texas at El Paso
Kristen M. Kulinowski, IDA Science and Technology Policy Institute
Natalie A. LaFranzo, Cofactor Genomics Inc.
Vernita Bowden Lockhart, The Coca-Cola Company, Agnes Scott College
Chuanbin Mao, University of Oklahoma
Lisa A. Marcaurelle, GlaxoSmithKline
Heather D. Maynard, University of California, Los Angeles
Denise Lynn Merkle, SciConsult
Panche Naumov, New York University (NYU), NYU Abu Dhabi
Maria Oliver-Hoyo, North Carolina State University
Bosoon Park, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
B. Montgomery Pettitt, University of Texas Medical Branch
Joseph M. Pickel, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Xavier Pillai, Leydig, Voit & Mayer
Seth C. Rasmussen, North Dakota State University
Michelle Rogers, Cargill
Sharon K. Schneider, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Virender K. Sharma, Texas A&M University
Susan M. Shih, College of DuPage (emeritus)
Laura S. Sremaniak, North Carolina State University
Cristina Urdaneta Thomas, 3M
Michelle Tran-Dubé, Pfizer
Andrea Twiss-Brooks, University of Chicago
Javier Vela, Iowa State University
Stanislaus S. Wong, Stony Brook University
Wallace H. Yokoyama, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Liangli (Lucy) Yu, University of Maryland, College Park
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