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Appendix D Committee Member Biographies
Pages 148-154

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... in biochemistry and molecular biology from Harvard in 1988, an MPhil in biochemistry from Cambridge University in 1989, an MD from Stanford University School of Medicine in 1995 and a PhD in molecular and cellular physiology in 1995 from the same institution. He previously held a postdoctoral fellowship 148
From page 149...
... Gerbi, PhD, is currently the George Eggleston Professor of Biochemistry and founding Chair of the Department of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry at Brown University. Current research interests include regions and sequences of DNA synthesis initiation, further exploration of the interplay between regulation of replication and transcription, and rRNA biogenesis.
From page 150...
... for over 30 years and while ASCB president, Gerbi formed the International Affairs Committee and the ASCB Archives. Gerbi has served on ASCB Council, as a chair of women in Cell Biology, and also on the Advisory Panel for Biomedical Research for the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC)
From page 151...
... In collaboration with Vanderbilt special education faculty, she has completed two national surveys of doctoral students and recent doctoral recipients from graduate programs in special education in order to address issues related to the imbalance between faculty supply and demand in this field. She has served as chair of the Technical Advisory Committee for the Survey of Earned Doctorates, a member of the National Research Council's Panel on the Career Outcomes of Men and Women Scientists and Engineers, and a review group member for NSF's Science Policy and Indicators Research Program.
From page 152...
... Theriot, PhD, received her PhD from the University of California, San Francisco, and is now associate professor of biochemistry and of microbiology and immunology at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
From page 153...
... Dr. Yamamoto has played a key role in recent changes to the grant peer review process at the National Institutes of Health, most recently serving as chair of the Advisory Committee to the NIH Center for Scientific Review (CSR)

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