John L. Markley

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Emeritus Professor 2020-present
Professor 1984-2020
Steenbock Professor of Biomolecular Structure
Emeritus Head of NMRFAM and BMRB
B.A., Carleton College
Ph.D., Harvard University
NIH Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Berkeley

Honors & Awards

Honorary Member, National Magnetic Resonance Society (India) -2009

Fellow of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance - 2009

Honorary Member, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Society of Japan - 2004

External Distinguished Advisory Professor, Ehime University, Matsuyama, Japan - 2003-Present

Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science - 2001

Fellow of the Biophysical Society - 2001

Steenbock Professor of Biomolecular Structure, UW-Madison - 1990-Present

MERIT Award, National Institute of General Medical Sciences, NIH - 1988-1998

Fogarty Fellowship - 1980-1981

Public Health Service Research Career Development Award - 1975-1980

Anderlot Fellowship, Harvard University - 1963-1964

Sigma Xi - 1963

Phi Beta Kappa - 1963

Honors in Chemistry, Carleton College - 1963

President's Library Prize, Carleton College - 1962

Named lectureships and keynote addresses

Charles Fumito Taketa Memorial Lecture, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI - 2009

After Dinner Talk, Ontario Cancer Institute Retreat - 2006

Joseph F. Foster Memorial Lecture, Purdue Chemistry Department, West Lafayette, IN – 2004

After Dinner Talk, Kentucky ACS Chapter, Lexington, KY – 2004

Neil Mackenzie Lectures (2), Department of Pharmacology/Toxicology, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona – 1999

Keynote Lecture, Tripos Users' Meeting, St. Louis, "Strategies for Efficient Analysis of Multinuclear 
NMR Data from Proteins" - 1994

Keynote Lecture, 28th NMR Symposium of Japan, Tokyo, "Multinuclear Magnetic Resonance Approaches to Studying Protein Structure and Function" - 1989

Keynote Lecture, New Mexico Regional NMR (NMR2) Meeting, University of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff Arizona, "Multinuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Protein Structure and Dynamics" - 1989