Hugh Davson Distinguished Lectureship

Recipients of the Hugh Davson Distinguished Lectureship Award 

 

Current 2018 Awardee:

  
    
Paul M. Quinton, Ph.D. - Univ California, San Diego Med School





Past Awardees:

2017
Jennifer Lippinsott-Schwartz,NIH
"Emerging Fluorescence Technology to Study Cell Architure and Dynamics"

2016
Paul A. Insel, M.D., Univ of California, San Diego
“GPCRomics: Discovering New Ways Cells Communicate with One Another and the Outside World”

2015
Anita Chatarina Aperia, Ph.D., M.D.,m Karolinska Inst.
"Identification of Na,K,ATPase as a signal transducer that regulates mitochondrial functions."

2014
Raymond A. Frizzell, Ph.D., Univ Pittsburgh Sch. of Med.
“Wrestling with CFTR Folding: SUMO Enters the Ring”

2013 

Amira Klip, Ph.D., Univ. of Toronto
"Insulin signal transduction meets vesicle traffic via Rab GTPases and unconventional myosins"

2012
 
Mark Knepper, NHLBI/NIH
"After the interlude: Cell-level systems biology in the 21st century"

2011
 Dennis Brown, Mass. General Hosp.

"Trafficking of proton pumps and aquaporins in urogenital epithelia: a tale of two CTs (cell types)"

2010
 Sergio Grinstein, Hosp. for Sick Children, Toronto

2009
 Jennifer L. Stow, 
Univ. of Queensland, Australia
"Control central: the intersection of exocytic and endocytic pathways."

2008
 Douglas C. Eaton, Emory Univ.

2007
 David Clapham, Harvard Med. Sch.

2006
 Michael J. Welsh, Univ. of Iowa

2005
 Randy Schekman, Univ. of California, Berkeley

2004
 Peter Agre, Johns Hopkins Univ.

2003
 Roger Tsien, Univ. of California, San Diego

2002
 Harvey F. Lodish, MIT/Whitehead Inst. for Biomed. Res.

2001
 Carolyn W. Slayman, Yale Univ.

2000
 Ferid Murad, Univ. of Texas, Houston

1999
 Jens Christian Skou, Univ. of Aarhus, Denmark

1998
 Sir Andrew Huxley, Trinity Col., UK

1997
 Erwin Neher, Max Planck Inst.

1996
 Günter Blobel, Rockefeller Univ.

1995
 Michael J. Berridge, AFRC Lab. of Molec. Signalling

1994
 Hugh E. Huxley, Brandeis Univ.

 
 

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