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Two Proposal Study Panels (PSPs) exist at the ALS: one for the general sciences and one for structural biology. The role of the PSPs is desribed in User Policy.

Note: Users are urged NOT to contact any members of the panels directly.

 

Current members of the general sciences PSP, as of February 2014, are

Peter Fischer, Berkeley Lab
Masa Fukuto, Brookhaven National Laboratory
Carol Hirschmugl, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee 
Yves Idzerda (past chair), Montana State University
Peter Johnson (chair), Brookhaven National Laboratory
Apurva Mehta, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Ronald Phaneuf, University of Nevada, Reno
Mark Rivers, University of Chicago
Oleg Shpyrko, University of California, San Diego
Kevin E. Smith, Boston University
Craig Taatjes, Sandia National Laboratory
Brandy Toner, University of Minnesota
Stefan Vajda, Argonne National Laboratory and Yale University
Tony van Buuren, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Current members of the Structural Biology PSP, as of February 2014,  are

Jeff Abramson, University of California, Los Angeles
Greg Bowman, Johns Hopkins University
Russ Doolittle, University of California, San Diego
James Fraser, University of California, San Francisco
Elsa Garcin, University of Maryland
Daniel Gewirth, Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute
Martin Horvath, University of Utah 
James L. Keck, University of Wisconsin
Choel Kim, Baylor College of Medicine
Markos Koutmos, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Karolin Luger, Colorado State University
Ian MacRae, The Scripps Institute
Ethan Merritt, University of Washington
Daniel Minor, University of California, San Francisco
Jens Preben Morth, University of Oslo
Rebecca Page, Brown University
Edvin Pozharski, University of Maryland
Glen Spraggon, Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation
Steve Sprang, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Ron Stenkamp, University of Washington
Simone Weyand, Medical Research Council, UK