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2020 ISAC Council Elections

ISAC is a member-driven society, and one of the main ways members help shape the future of the society is by voting in the ISAC Council Elections. It is time to elect new ISAC Officers and Councilors whose decisions will impact the society and cytometry for years to come. We need your vote!

ISAC members will be electing a new President-Elect, Secretary and six (6) Councilors. The six (6) Councilor candidates that receive the most votes will be elected. The full list of candidates and links to their biographies & campaign statements are below.

Eligible voting members of ISAC will receive a separate email from Survey Monkey with instructions on how to cast their ballot.  Voting member types include Full, Marylou Ingram Scholar, and SRL Emerging Leader members.

 

President-Elect:
Rachel J. Errington, UK, Cardiff University
David Galbraith, US, University of Arizona

Secretary:
Derek Davies, UK, The Francis Crick Institute
Kylie Price, New Zealand, Malaghan Institute of Medical Research

Councilor:
Nima Aghaeepour, US, Stanford University
Anna Belkina, US, Boston University
Mariela Bollati-Fogolin, Uruguay, Institut Pasteur de Montevideo
Sara DeBiasi, Italy, University of Modena
Cherie Green, US, Genentech
Paul Hutchinson, AU, National University of Singapore
Pia Kvistborg, Amsterdam, Netherlands Cancer Institute
Silas Leavesley, US, University of South Alabama
Jakub Nedbal, UK, King's College London
Kasia Piwocka, Poland, Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology
Nicole Poulton, US, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences
Aja Rieger, CAN, University of Alberta
Robert Salomon, AU, University of Technology Sydney / Children’s Cancer Institute
Josef Spidlen, US, BD Life Sciences
Bill Telford, US, National Cancer Institute


According to the ISAC bylaws, there are two categories of General Membership: Voting and Non-Voting. A Voting Member is one who has paid the dues for the current calendar year.  Only Voting Members of the Society have the right to vote in elections and at business meetings, petition, sponsor new Members, and hold office in the Society.  Council may establish Emeritus, Honorary, Student, Corporate, and other non-voting classes of Members.

For any questions or concerns about voting, please contact Maddie O'Gwin at mogwin@isac-net.org.