Bethesda, MD - The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) is proud to announce the winners of its second annual BioArt competition. Winning entries were unveiled on FASEB's web site and will be featured in an exhibit on the National Institutes of Health main campus. "The competition provides a glimpse into the exciting world of biomedical and life science research," said FASEB President Margaret K. Offermann, MD, PhD. "The winning images and videos were produced as a part of daily research activities and demonstrate the incredible breadth of biomedical and life science studies."
- Bo Wang and Phillip A. Newmark, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Vincent A. Fischetti, Rockefeller University
- Rosalind Silverman and Michelle Bendeck, University of Toronto
- Douglas B. Cowan and James D. McCully, Harvard Medical School
- John D. Olson, Paul W. Czoty, and Michelle Bell, Wake Forest University School of Medicine
- Matt Ware and Biana Godin-Vilentchouk, Houston Methodist Research Institute
- Saleem Nicola et al., Albert Einstein College of Medicine
- Katherine O'Shaughnessy and Martin J. Cohn, University of Florida
- William Lewis, Emory University School of Medicine
- Bryan William Jones and Robert E. Marc, University of Utah
- Amanda L. Zacharias and John I. Murray, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine
- Xueting Luo and Kevin Park, University of Miami
FASEB sought to recognize the most captivating representations of cutting edge biomedical and life science research produced by current or former federally funded investigators, contractors, trainees, or members of FASEB constituent societies. The winning images and videos will assist FASEB in its efforts to generate interest among the general public and members of Congress in learning more about biomedical and life science research. More information about the BioArt competition can be found on our website.
FASEB is composed of 27 societies with more than 110,000 members, making it the largest coalition of biomedical research associations in the United States. Our mission is to advance health and welfare by promoting progress and education in biological and biomedical sciences through service to our member societies and collaborative advocacy.