The Rao Makineni Lectureship
The Rao Makineni Lectureship was established in 2003 by an endowment by PolyPeptide Laboratories and Murray and Zelda Goodman. The Lectureship honors Rao Makineni, a long-time supporter of peptide science, peptide scientists, and the American Peptide Society. The Makineni Lectureship recognizes an individual who has made a recent contribution of unusual merit to research in the field of peptide science. The award is intended to recognize original and singular discoveries rather than cumulative or lifetime contributions. The award is presented at the biennial American Peptide Symposia.
The Rao Makineni Lectureship Award Recipients
|2023||César de la Fuente||University of Pennsylvania|
|2021||Bradley L. Pentelute||Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|2019||Xuechen Li||The University of Hong Kong|
|2017||Thomas Kodadek||Scripps Research Institute|
|2015||Paramjit Arora||New York University|
|2013||Samuel H. Gellman||University of Wisconsin at Madison|
|2011||Jeffery W. Kelly||Scripps Research|
|2009||William DeGrado||University of Pennsylvania|
|2007||Ronald T. Raines||University of Wisconsin at Madison|
|2005||Robin E. Offord||Centre Medical Universitaire, Switzerland|
|2003||James P. Tam||Vanderbilt University|
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