The results are being tallied and verified by independent auditors. We expect to announce the results of the election on or before December 27, 2014. On behalf of the MSA leadership, we appreciate your participation in this important process.
Cambridge University Press and Microscopy and Microanalysis congratulate the recent Nobel Prize winners in Chemistry:
Stefan W. Hell
Drs. Hell and Betzig have previously published in Microscopy and Microanalysis.
Nanoscopy with Focused Light, Stefan W. Hell
Multifocal Three-Dimensional Imaging with Optical Lattice Excitation, Eric Betzig
Facile Synthesis of Photoactivatable Rhodamines for Super-Resolution Microscopy, Eric Betzig
Distinguished Scientist, Biological Sciences – Dr. Wah Chiu, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas
Distinguished Scientist, Physical Sciences – Dr. David Smith, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
Burton Medal – Dr. Maria Varela, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Hildegard H. Crowley Outstanding Technologist Award, Biological Sciences – Dr. Hong Yi, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
Chuck Fiori Outstanding Technologist Award, Physical Sciences – Dr. Eddy Garcia-Meitin, The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Michigan
Morton D. Maser Distinguished Service Award – Michael Marko, Wadsworth Center, Albany, New York
Albert Crewe Award in Physical Sciences – Dr. Jinwoo Hwang, University of California, Santa Barbara, California
George Palade Award in Biological Sciences – Dr. Ricardo Guerrero-Ferreira, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland Read more about the MSA Major Society Awards.
Distinguished Scientist Awards
These Awards annually recognize a preeminent senior scientist from each of the Biological and Physical Sciences who has a long-standing record of achievement during his or her career in the field of microscopy or microanalysis. Past recipients
The Burton Medal was initiated to honor annually the distinguished contributions to the field of microscopy and microanalysis by a scientist who is less than 40 years of age on January 1st of the award year (i.e., the awardee to be honored at M&M 2013 cannot have been born earlier than 1974). Past recipients
Outstanding Technologist Awards
These Awards annually honor a technologist from each of the Biological and Physical Sciences who has made significant contributions, such as the development of new techniques that have contributed to the advancement of microscopy and microanalysis. Past recipients
Morton D. Maser Distinguished Service Award
This Award recognizes outstanding volunteer service to the Society as exemplified by Mort Maser, who served the Society for many years with great dedication. This award is made annually to honor an MSA member who has provided significant volunteer service to the Society over a sustained period of time. Past recipients
The Albert Crewe Award
The Albert Crewe Award was initiated to recognize annually the distinguished contributions to the field of microscopy and microanalysis in the physical sciences of a postdoctoral fellow of not more than 6 years' standing since doctoral graduation. Past recipients
The George Palade Award
The George Palade Award was initiated to recognize annually the distinguished contributions to the field of microscopy and microanalysis in the life sciences of a postdoctoral fellow of not more than 6 years' standing since doctoral graduation.
Past recipients For more information on these awards and the nomination process, click here.
The M&M 2016 Executive Program Committee wants to hear from you. We are now developing symposium topics in the areas of biology, physical science and instrumentation advances. We need to get a title, a brief (and we mean brief – one paragraph please) description of the symposium and names & contact info for 1-2 people who would be willing and able to be symposium organizers.
Please send this information to MM2016ProgramChair@microscopy.org.
Questions? Email the program chair at the address above.