About ASMS

Board of Directors Election Dec 1-18, 2020

The ASMS Board of Directors consists of nine members serving staggered two-year terms. Each year a slate of nominees are selected by the Nominating Committee which meets at the annual conference. The Nominating Committee is approved by the Board of Directors and appointed by the President of ASMS.

This year's election will be conducted by an independent online voting service. The election opens December 1 and closes December 18, 2020. Each ASMS member will receive voting instructions by email. 

The following positions will be elected for two-year terms that commence July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2023: Member-at-Large Publications, Secretary, and Vice-President Arrangements.

To suggest a candidate for the next cycle, please submit the name by email to info@asms.org along with a brief statement that the individual would be willing to stand for election. This information will be shared with the Nominating Committee. Members are also welcome to approach a member of the Nominating Committee directly with their suggestion. Nominees must be members of ASMS continuously for two years prior to the year of nomination.

Member-at-Large Publications  |  Learn about this role and the candidates

Chen 2_96dpiGuodong Chen

Bristol Myers Squibb

Learn about Dr. Chen and the Member-at-Large for Publications role.

ValentineStephen J. Valentine

West Virginia University

Learn about Dr. Valentine and the Member-at-Large for Publications role.

PrenniJessica E. Prenni

Colorado State University

Learn about Dr. Prenni and the Secretary role.

SchillingBirgit Schilling

Buck Institute for Research on Aging

Learn about Dr. Schilling and the Secretary role.


 

Vice-President for Arrangements  |  Learn about this role and the candidates

EasterlingMichael L. Easterling

Bruker Daltonics

Learn about Dr. Easterling and the Vice-President for Arrangements role.

MarshallWaggettCarla Marshall-Waggett

Consultant

Learn about Ms. Marshall-Waggett and the Vice-President for Arrangements role.