New named and distinguished professors in BSD

Erin Adams is the Joseph Regenstein Professor in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and the College. Her research focuses on how events at the molecular level allow the immune system to discriminate healthy tissue from infected or diseased tissue. Robert L. Grossman has been named the Frederick H. Rawson Professor in Medicine and the College. Bob is the principal investigator for the NCI Genomic Data Commons, a next-generation platform that enables unprecedented data access, analysis and sharing for cancer research. J. Keith Moffat is the Louis Block Distinguished Service Professor in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and the College. He pioneered the development and use of time-resolved X-ray crystallography to understand the short-lived structural changes that accompany all biochemical and chemical reactions and is a key collaborator in a novel set of X-ray experiments revealing how proteins absorb light.