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Jeremy M. Berg ist Direktor der Abteilung für Biophysik und Biophysikalische Chemie an der School of Medicine der Johns Hopkins University. Er hat bei Lubert Stryer studiert und an der Harvard University promoviert. Für seine Forschungen wie auch für seine Lehre sind ihm zahlreiche Preise verliehen worden, darunter der Eli Lilly Award für biochemische Grundlagenforschung. John L. Tymoczko ist Towsley-Professor für Biologie am Carleton College und unterrichtet dort Biochemie, Bioenergetik und Tumorbiologie. Seine Forschungsschwerpunkte sind Steroidrezeptoren, Ribonucleoproteinpartikel und proteolytische Enzyme.