To recognize doctoral thesis research of outstanding quality and achievement in any area of experimental, computational, engineering, or theoretical Biological Physics, broadly construed.
This award recognizes outstanding and sustained contributions by an early-career researcher to biological physics.
To recognize and encourage outstanding achievement in biological physics research.
The Division of Biological Physics will award several travel grants of up to $400 per student as the first author of contributed papers (talks or posters) in sessions sponsored by DBIO at the March Meeting.
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