The goal of SAC is to bring all attendees of the American Peptide Symposium together by encouraging active participation in symposium events and working as a community to ensure a successful meeting that benefits all who attend.
SAC is generally comprised of 2-3 professional level co-chairs and 7-8 students and postdocs, and is responsible for organizing the following events at the APS:
The students that serve on SAC assist in all of these events providing support by way of:
For their participation, students get complimentary registration to APS as well as recognition on the website and at the awards ceremony. One of the biggest benefits of serving on SAC is the ample opportunity to network which has long lasting benefits. Students and professionals that are interested in participating in SAC should contact the 2019 SAC co-chairs.
Students and professionals that are interested in participating in SAC should contact the 2019 SAC co-chairs.
Ferring Research Institute, Inc.
University of Georgia
College of Pharmacy
Merck & Co., Inc.
Philip Cistrone – The Scripps Research Institute Maria Disotuar, University of Utah
Hader Elashal – Seton Hall University
Laura Hanold – University of Florida
Stephen Miller – National Cancer Institute
Monessha Nambiar – Purdue University
Kerstin Wallraven – Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Katelyn Smith, Ph.D.
Merck & Co., Inc.
Michael Bertucci, Ph.D.
Department of Chemistry
ESCOM Science Foundation, founded by Dr. Bert L. Schram and currently chaired by Mrs. Dr. E.A. Schram, has kindly sponsored the awards given for the Young Investigator Poster and Oral Presentation Competitions. In addition, the Foundation also sponsors the Dr. Bert L. Schram Young Scientists’ Lunch and Mixer. The American Peptide Society acknowledges this generous contribution, which supports the development and promotion of young aspiring researchers in peptide science, with our special thanks.