Rodrigo Martinez-Duarte, associate professor of mechanical engineering at Clemson University, was honored Oct. 10 with the AES Electrophoresis Society Distinguished Service Award at the annual meeting in Reno, Nevada.
The award acknowledges Martinez-Duarte’s comprehensive involvement and pivotal contributions to the society’s success and expansion. He has held several leadership roles in the organization, serving as the president, vice-president, executive vice-president, and the chair of the awards committee among other significant positions.
Colleagues voiced strong support for Martinez-Duarte’s nomination, with remarks underscoring his tireless support for AES, his notable efforts in streamlining the society’s award procedures and his significant scientific contributions to electrokinetics and microfluidics.
Not only has Martinez-Duarte held multiple board positions within the AES Electrophoresis Society since 2011, but he’s also championed its cause as a conference organizer, editor, session organizer, and poster judge at several events.
This award marks a high point in Martinez-Duarte’s already distinguished career, emphasizing his unwavering dedication to the field and to the AES Electrophoresis Society.
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