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The Gill Center for Biomolecular Science



September 12, 2016

2015 Gill Awardees

Koob Gill Distinguished
Scientist Award:

George Koob, Ph.D.
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, National Institutes of Health

Gill Transformative
Investigator Award:

Garret Stuber, Ph.D.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The Linda and Jack Gill Center for Biomolecular Science (GCBS) was established to advance the understanding of complex biological processes and to train next generation scientists in state-of-the-art biomolecular measurements, especially in the field of neuroscience. Collaborations include Indiana University's world-class Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, Physics, Psychological and Brain Sciences, Neuroscience, and the School of Medicine.

Vast new research in neurosciences creates unprecedented opportunities to understand human brain functions, mechanisms underlying neurodegenerative diseases, the molecular basis of learning and memory, and the roots of chronic pain and addiction.

Traditionally-trained scientists (in the fields of anatomy, biochemistry, genetics, molecular biology, membrane biophysics, pharmacology, physiology, and psychology) already have made major contributions to modern neuroscience. Training next-generation researchers requires an even greater emphasis on interdisciplinary approaches. The GCBS is organized to facilitate and incentivize such collaborations.

Gill Chairs

Gill Chairs (left to right): Cary Lai, Richard D. DiMarchi,
Andrea G. Hohmann, Ken Mackie. (Photo by Kevin Mooney)

Gill Chair Richard DiMarchi shares the 2014 Erwin Schrodinger Prize

" bring an interdisciplinary entrepreneurial approach to problems in life science that require cutting-edge measurements and instrumentation."
~ Jack M. Gill