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Membership of the Panels and Workshop*

Bio2010 Chemistry Panel Roster

Ronald Breslow, Panel Leader, Columbia University

Arthur Ellis, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Marc Loudon, Purdue University

Jerry Mohrig, Carleton College

Jeanne Pemberton, University of Arizona

Dale Poulter, University of Utah

Sheldon Wettack, Harvey Mudd College

Bio2010 Physics and Engineering Panel Roster

John Hopfield, Panel Leader, Princeton University

Daniel Axelrod, University of Michigan

Scott Fraser, California Institute of Technology

Jonathon Howard, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics

Mimi Koehl, University of California-Berkeley

Carl Luchies, University of Kansas-Lawrence

Jose Onuchic, University of California-San Diego

Viola Vogel, University of Washington

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Biographical information is included in each summary.



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Bio 2010: Transforming Undergraduate Education for Future Research Biologists C Membership of the Panels and Workshop* Bio2010 Chemistry Panel Roster Ronald Breslow, Panel Leader, Columbia University Arthur Ellis, University of Wisconsin-Madison Marc Loudon, Purdue University Jerry Mohrig, Carleton College Jeanne Pemberton, University of Arizona Dale Poulter, University of Utah Sheldon Wettack, Harvey Mudd College Bio2010 Physics and Engineering Panel Roster John Hopfield, Panel Leader, Princeton University Daniel Axelrod, University of Michigan Scott Fraser, California Institute of Technology Jonathon Howard, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics Mimi Koehl, University of California-Berkeley Carl Luchies, University of Kansas-Lawrence Jose Onuchic, University of California-San Diego Viola Vogel, University of Washington *   Biographical information is included in each summary.

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Bio 2010: Transforming Undergraduate Education for Future Research Biologists Bio2010 Mathematics and Computer Science Panel Roster Nancy Kopell, Panel Leader, Boston University Robert Blystone, Trinity University Louis J. Gross, University of Tennessee Richard Karp, University of California-Berkeley Eric Lander, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Markus Meister, Harvard University Alan Perelson, Los Alamos National Laboratory Charles Peskin, New York University Louise Ryan, Harvard University Dewitt Sumners, Florida State University Workshop Participants Julian Adams, University of Michigan Ann Burgess, University of Wisconsin-Madison Malcolm Campbell, Davidson College Denice Denton, University of Washington Mike Doyle, Research Corporation Billy Joe Evans, University of Michigan Louis Gross, University of Tennessee Keith Howard, Morehouse College John Jungck, Beloit College Priscilla Laws, Dickinson College Jerry Mohrig, Carleton College Jeanne Narum, Project Kaleidoscope Fred Rudolph, Rice University Patricia Soochan, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Sheldon Wettack, Harvey Mudd College Terry Woodin, National Science Foundation SUMMARIES OF THE PANEL REPORTS The committee would like to thank the members of the panels for their contribution to the report. The full texts of the panel reports presented to the committee are available from the Public Access Records Office at the National Research Council. Many of the ideas of the panels have been incorporated into the report, and other aspects of the panel reports influenced the committee’s deliberations. Summaries of the panel reports are presented here to give the reader a sense of the full range of topics discussed by the panels.