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2011 TR35 Judges

August 23, 2011

Ed Boyden*
Leader, Synthetic Neurobiology Group, MIT

Yet-Ming Chiang
Professor of ceramics, MIT

George Church
Professor of genetics, Harvard Medical School

James J. Collins*
Professor of biomedical engineering, Boston University

Stephen H. Friend
CEO, Sage Bionetworks

Javier García-Martínez*
Professor of inorganic chemistry, University of Alicante

Eric Horvitz
Principal researcher, Microsoft Research

Alex Huang*
Director, FREEDM Systems Center, North Carolina State University

Ed Lazowska
Professor of computer science, University of Washington

Johnny Chung Lee*
Rapid evaluator, Google

Nick McKeown
Professor of electrical engineering and computer science, Stanford University

Christopher B. Murray*
Professor of chemistry, materials science, and engineering, University of Pennsylvania

Dipankar Raychaudhuri
Professor of communications, Rutgers University

Chris R. Somerville
Director, Energy Biosciences Institute, University of California, Berkeley

Nimmi Ramanujam*
Associate professor of biomedical engineering, Duke University

John Rogers*
Professor of engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Phillip Sharp
Institute professor, MIT

Bjarne Stroustrup
Professor of computer science, Texas A&M University

Jennifer West*
Professor of bioengineering, Rice University

Jackie Ying*
Director, Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology

Ben Y. Zhao*
Associate professor of computer science, University of California, Santa Barbara

*Past TR100/TR35 honoree

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