The Murray Goodman Scientific Excellence & Mentorship Award
The Murray Goodman Scientific Excellence & Mentorship Award was established in 2007 by an endowment from Zelda Goodman. The Goodman Award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated career-long research excellence in the field of peptide science. In addition, the selected individual should have been responsible for significant mentorship and training of students, post-doctoral fellows, and/or other co-workers. This award is presented at the biennial American Peptide Symposia.
The Murray Goodman Scientific Excellence & Mentorship Award Recipients
|2023||James P. Tam||Nanyang Technological University|
|2021||Jean Chmielewski||Purdue University|
|2019||Fernando Albericio||University of KwaZulu-Natal|
|2017||Paul Alewood||The University of Queensland|
|2015||George Barany||University of Minnesota at Minneapolis|
|2013||Robert S. Hodges||University of Colorado at Denver|
|2011||Victor J. Hruby||University of Arizona|
|2009||Charles M. Deber||University of Toronto, Hospital for Sick Children|
Professor Murray Goodman passed away in Germany on June 1, 2004 at the age of 75 after a very brief illness. Murray, as he was known to thousands of peptide chemists world wide, served as President of the American Peptide Society from 2001-2003. He was an incisive and influential force in the field of peptide chemistry and remained active, dedicated and enthusiastic throughout his lifetime.