Bob Goodman (Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources) was elected Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology, the highly respected leadership group within the American Society for Microbiology (ASM), the world’s oldest and largest life science organization. Goodman was recognized along with his 2012 cohorts at the Academy Fellows Luncheon and Meeting at the 112th ASM General Meeting in San Francisco, CA, on June 19. Academy Fellows are eminent leaders in the field of microbiology and are relied upon for authoritative advice and information on critical issues in microbiology. Goodman joins the following faculty members from the school who are also Fellows of the American Academy of Microbiology: Tamar Barkay, Douglas Eveleigh, Max Haggblom, and Gerben Zylstra (Biochemistry and Microbiology); Lily Young (Environmental Sciences); Joan Bennett (Plant Biology and Pathology); George Carman and Tom Montville (Food Science); and Paul Falkowski (Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences; Earth and Planetary Sciences; director, Rutgers Energy Institute).
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