Kim D. Janda
Kim Janda is a professor of chemistry at The Scripps Research Institute whose research efforts merge biology and chemistry. He has investigated using the immune system to target drug addiction, catalytic antibodies, and creating molecules to treat cancer. He is the director of the Worm Institute of Research and Medicine and a Skaggs Scholar within the Skaggs Institute of Chemical Biology, also at The Scripps Research Institute. He is a current member of the NIH Study Section: Vaccines Against Microbial Diseases. He serves on multiple editorial review boards and has received many awards, including the Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship and NIH FIRST Award.