A special issue of the Australian society for Biophysics

Cristobal dos Remedios, Charles Cranfield, Donna Whelan, Charles Cox, Keith Shearwin, Joshua Ho, Toby Allen, Risa Shibuya, Emi Hibino, Kumiko Hayashi, Amy Li

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Abstract

On behalf of the Australian Society for Biophysics (ASB) and the Editors of this Special Issue, I would like to express our appreciation to Editor-in-Chief, Damien Hall, for arranging the publication of this Special Issue. The ASB is about five times smaller than our sister the Biophysical Society for Japan (BSJ) and tenfold smaller than the US Biophysical Society (USBS), but our meetings are notable because of the encouragement the Society gives to emerging biophysicists. It can be a terrifying experience for a PhD student to have to face a roomful of professors and senior academics, but invariably they appreciate the experience. Another feature of the ASB meetings is the inclusion of contributions from the Asian Pacific region. We now have formal ties with our New Zealand colleagues and our meetings with the BSJ contain joint sessions (see below). In 2020, despite the impact of COVID-19 (see Adam Hill’s Commentary), there is a joint session with the University of California Davis. This Special Issue comprises 2 Editorials, 3 Commentaries, and 25 reviews.

Original languageEnglish
JournalBiophysical Reviews
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Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2022

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