Department of Biochemistry Awards
The Department of Biochemistry is honored to be able to recognize outstanding leadership and contributions to Biochemistry. These awards recognize excellence in teaching, research and more. The awards are made possible by the generosity of the awards sponsors and our donors.
This award honors Biochemistry graduate students who consistently provide quality guidance and scientific training in mentoring undergraduate students in their research efforts. This award is made possible by the generosity of Arnold E. and Catherine M. Denton.
This award recognizes graduate or postdoctoral students who exemplify the spirit of Sigrid Leirmo. Sigrid received her Ph.D. from the Department of Biochemistry in 1989. She was widely acknowledged among her fellow students and colleagues as a promising researcher and enthusiastic friend and mentor.
This award recognizes a postdoctoral researcher for his or her excellence in research, and highlights postdoctoral scientists with promise. The award is made possible by Paul D. Boyer, who earned a master’s in 1941 and Ph.D. in 1943.
This award honors Biochemistry graduate students who consistently show evidence of quality, commitment, and innovation in teaching. Made possible by the generosity of Arnold E. and Catherine M. Denton