Two faculty in the UNC School of Medicine are part of the ASBMB inaugural class of fellows.
The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology has named Suzanne Barbour and Henrik Dohlman as members of its inaugural class of fellows.
Barbour, PhD, and Dohlman, PhD, are both professors in the UNC School of Medicine. Barbour, who is appointed in the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, is also dean of The Graduate School. She has served on the Journal of Lipid Research editorial board, on the society’s council, and as part of its minority affairs committee.
Dohlman, who serves in the Department of Pharmacology, has served the society as the associate editor of the Journal of Biological Chemistry and on its editorial board.
Selection as a fellow is an honor bestowed on the society’s most distinguished members. Fellows are recognized for their meritorious efforts to advance the molecular life sciences through sustained outstanding accomplishments in areas such as scientific research, education, mentorship, commitment to diversity and service to the society and scientific community.