Professor Cathie Martin awarded Fellowship from the American Society of Plant Biologists

Professor Cathie Martin, Project Leader at the John Innes Centre, has been awarded Fellowship from the American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB).

The Fellow of ASPB award recognises those who have made a distinguished and long-term contribution to field of plant biology.

Professor Martin has had a long and active role in ASPB, sitting on the editorial board for the prestigious ASPB journal ‘The Plant Cell’ from 2000-2014, and becoming the first female and first non-American to hold the post of editor-in-chief of The Plant Cell from 2008-2014. She has continued her editorial activities as an Associate Editor for Plant Physiology since 2015.

Professor Martin is one of only 16 recipients world-wide of the 2017 Fellow of ASPB award, and one of only two recipients from outside of North America.

Professor Martin said, ‘It is a great honour to be awarded an ASPB fellowship, especially for the editorial work, which I enjoy, greatly.  ASPB leads the field of Plant Science, and my long association with the society has benefitted my scientific research and outlook, enormously’.

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