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The American Society of Plant Biologists announces 2007 awards
Date:9/6/2007

Rockville, MD. (September 6, 2007) - The American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB) is pleased to announce recipients of its 2007 awards. These awards were presented at the societys annual meeting that was held jointly with the Botanical Society of America as well as the American Fern Society and the American Society of Plant Taxonomists July 7-11, 2007 in Chicago, Illinois. The following is a list of the 2007 award winners in 10 different categories:

Fellow of ASPB Award Established in 2007, the Fellow of ASPB award may be granted in recognition of distinguished and long-term contributions to plant biology and service to the Society by current members in areas that include research, education, mentoring, outreach, and professional and public service. Current members of ASPB who have contributed to the Society for at least 10 years are eligible for nomination.

The 2007 inaugural class of ASPB Fellows are: Charles Arntzen, Arizona State University; Sarah Assmann; Pennsylvania State University; Neil Baker, University of Essex; Wendy Boss; North Carolina State University; John Boyer, University of Delaware; Winslow Briggs, Carnegie Institution of Washington; Bob Buchanan, University of California Berkeley; Joe Cherry, Professor Emeritus, Auburn University; Maarten Chrispeels, University of California San Diego; Adrienne Clark; Robert Cleland, Professor Emeritus University of Washington; Mary Clutter, Retired from National Science Foundation; Dan Cosgrove, Pennsylvania State University; Deborah Delmer, Professor Emeritus University of California Davis; Machi Dilworth, National Science Foundation; Arthur Galston, Professor Emeritus Yale University; Elisabeth Gantt, University of Maryland; Robert Goldberg, University of California Los Angeles; Mary H. Goldsmith, Yale University; Wilhelm Gruissem, ETH Zurich, Switzerland; Thomas Guilfoyle, University of Missouri; Roger Hangarter, Indiana University; Peter Hepler, University of Massachusetts; Ann Hi
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American Society of Plant Biologists
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