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The Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation has selected eight Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholars for 2018. The award provides an unrestricted research grant of $60,000 to young faculty at primarily undergraduate institutions who are accomplished researchers and committed educators.

nathan bowling
Nathan Bowling, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Controlling Conformations of Unsaturated Molecules

justin hines
Justin K. Hines, Lafayette College
Impact of Amino Acid Content on Amyloid and Molecular Chaperone Interactions in Live Cells

r jeremy johnson
R. Jeremy Johnson, Butler University
Mycobacterial Serine Hydrolases and their Roles in Dormant Tuberculosis Infection

jefferson knight
Jefferson Knight, University of Colorado Denver
Chemistry of Interfacial Protein-Membrane Interactions Central to Insulin Secretion

greg springsteen
Greg Springsteen, Furman University
Protometabolic Pathways Toward the Origin of Life

korin wheeler
Korin E. Wheeler, Santa Clara University
Toward Prediction of Nanoparticle Biomolecular Interactions and Reactivity

nathan wright
Nathan T. Wright, James Madison University
Towards Stabilizing Disease-causing Desmoplakin Mutations

kristin wustholz
Kristin L. Wustholz, The College of William & Mary
Development of Stimulus-Responsive SERS Probes for Biosensing