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American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellows

Election as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is an honor bestowed upon members by their peers. Fellows are recognized for meritorious efforts to advance science or its applications.

UW Medicine AAAS Fellows and year of recognition are listed below:

Charles Alpers – 1998

Michael Bevan – 2009

Linda Buck – 2008

Breck Bryers – 2012

Margaret Bryers – 2010

William Catterall – 2010

Jeff Chamberlain – 2014

James Champoux – 2017

Charles Chavkin – 2006

Beverly Dale-Crunk – 2005

Trish Davis – 2004, 2012

Evan Eichler – 2006

Ferric Fang – 2013

Eberhard Fetz – 2020

Stanley Fields – 1997

Lisa Frenkel – 2017

Stanley Froehner 2017

Adam Geballe – 2017

Phillip Green – 2005

Peter Greenberg – 2006

Benjamin Hall – 2005

Caroline Harwood – 2009

Simon Hay – 2019

John Hess – 2000

Rodney Ho – 2009

Wim Hol – 2013

Gail Jarvik – 2017

Matt Kaeberlein – 2017

Robert Knopp – 2003

Martin Kushmerick – 1994

Michael Lagunoff – 2019

Lawrence Loeb – 1986

Nina Mayr – 2006

Stanley McKnight – 2010

Raymond Monnat – 2019

Charles Murry – 2013

Neil Nathanson – 2011

Peter Rabinovitch – 2015

Daniel Raftery – 2020

Buddy Ratner – 2006

Edwin Rubel – 1990

John Scott – 2010

Danny Shen – 2011

Jay Shendure – 2018

John Stamatoyannopoulos – 2012

Barbara Wakimoto – 2006

Alan Weiner – 2008

Phyllis Wise – 2009

Elton Young – 2012

Ning Zheng – 2015

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