The Murray Goodman Scientific Excellence & Mentorship Award
The Murray Goodman Scientific Excellence & Mentorship Award was established in 2007 by an endowment from Zelda Goodman. The Goodman Award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated career-long research excellence in the field of peptide science. In addition, the selected individual should have been responsible for significant mentorship and training of students, post-doctoral fellows, and/or other co-workers. This award is presented at the biennial American Peptide Symposia.
The Murray Goodman Scientific Excellence & Mentorship Award Recipients
|2019||Fernando Albericio||University of KwaZulu-Natal|
|2017||Paul Alewood||The University of Queensland|
|2015||George Barany||University of Minnesota at Minneapolis|
|2013||Robert S. Hodges||University of Colorado at Denver|
|2011||Victor J. Hruby||University of Arizona|
|2009||Charles M. Deber||University of Toronto, Hospital for Sick Children|
Professor Murray Goodman passed away in Germany on June 1, 2004 at the age of 75 after a very brief illness. Murray, as he was known to thousands of peptide chemists world wide, was the immediate past president of our society. He was an incisive and influential force in the field of peptide chemistry and remained active, dedicated and enthusiastic until the end.