[Congressional Record Volume 160, Number 25 (Tuesday, February 11, 2014)]
[Extensions of Remarks]
[Pages E192-E193]
From the Congressional Record Online through the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]




       HONORING 2013 FELLOWS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF INVENTORS

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                           HON. KATHY CASTOR

                               of florida

                    in the house of representatives

                       Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  Ms. CASTOR of Florida. Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor the 143 
inventors who will soon be recognized at the United States Patent and 
Trademark Office and inducted as the 2013 Fellows of the National 
Academy of Inventors by the United States Deputy Commissioner of Patent 
Operations, Andrew Faile. In order to be named as a Fellow, these men 
and women were nominated by their peers and have undergone the scrutiny 
of the NAI Selection Committee, having had their innovations deemed as 
making significant impact on quality of life, economic development and 
welfare of society. Collectively, this elite group holds more than 
5,600 patents.
  The individuals making up this year's class of Fellows include 
individuals from 94 research universities and non-profit research 
institutes spanning not just the United States but also the world. This 
group of inductees touts 26 presidents and senior leadership of 
research universities and non-profit research institutes, 69 members of 
the National Academies, five inductees of the National Inventors Hall 
of Fame, six recipients of the National Medal of Technology and 
Innovation, two recipients of the National Medal of Science, nine Nobel 
Laureates, and 23 AAAS Fellows, among other major awards and 
distinctions.
  The contributions made to society through innovation are 
immeasurable. I commend these individuals, and the organizations that 
support them, for the work that they do to revolutionize the world we 
live in. As the following inventors are inducted, may it encourage 
future innovators to strive to meet this high honor and continue the 
spirit of innovation.
  The 2013 NAI Fellows include:
  Patrick Aebischer, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne; Rakesh 
Agrawal, Purdue University; Dimitris Anastassiou, Columbia University; 
David E. Aspnes, North Carolina State University; Michael Bass, 
University of Central Florida; David J. Bayless, Ohio University; Kurt 
H. Becker, New York University; Carolyn R. Bertozzi, University of 
California, Berkeley; Rathindra N. Bose, University of Houston; David 
E. Briles, The University of Alabama at Birmingham; Richard D. Bucholz, 
Saint Louis University; Mark A. Burns, University of Michigan; Anne K. 
Camper, Montana State University; Lisa A. Cannon-Albright, The 
University of Utah; Charles R. Cantor, Boston University; Dennis A. 
Carson, University of California, San Diego; Carolyn L. Cason, The 
University of Texas at Arlington; David M. Center, Boston University; 
Vinton G. Cerf, National Science Foundation; Stephen Y. Chou, Princeton 
University.
  Christos Christodoulatos, Stevens Institute of Technology; Benjamin 
Chu, Stony Brook University; Aaron J. Ciechanover, Technion-Israel 
Institute of Technology; Graeme M. Clark, The University of Melbourne; 
Leon N. Cooper, Brown University; Carlo M. Croce, The Ohio State 
University; William W. Cruikshank, Boston University; Brian T. 
Cunningham, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Jerome J. 
Cuomo, North Carolina State University; Narendra Dahotre, University of 
North Texas; William S. Dalton, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center; Rathindra 
DasGupta, National Science Foundation; Paul L. DeAngelis, The 
University of Oklahoma; William F. DeGrado, University of California, 
San Francisco; Peter J. Delfyett, University of Central Florida; 
Lawrence J. DeLucas, The University of Alabama at Birmingham; Steven P. 
DenBaars, University of California, Santa Barbara; Joseph M. DeSimone, 
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Spiros S. Dimolitsas, 
Georgetown University; Michael P. Doyle, The University of Georgia.
  James A. Dumesic, University of Wisconsin-Madison; David A. Edwards, 
Harvard University; T. Taylor Eighmy, The University of Tennessee, 
Knoxville; John G. Elias, University of

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Delaware; Ronald L. Elsenbaumer, The University of Texas at Arlington; 
Todd S. Emrick, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Liang-Shih Fan, 
The Ohio State University; Nariman Farvardin, Stevens Institute of 
Technology; Henry C. Foley, University of Missouri System; Ophir 
Frieder, Georgetown University; Fred H. Gage, Salk Institute for 
Biological Studies; Tillman U. Gerngross, Dartmouth College; George W. 
Gokel, University of Missouri-St. Louis; Clifford M. Gross, University 
of South Florida; Robert H. Grubbs, California Institute of Technology; 
Theodor W. Hansch, Max-Planck-Institut fur Quantenoptik Germany; 
Jeffrey H. Harwell, The University of Oklahoma; Jason C. Heikenfeld, 
University of Cincinnati; Benjamin S. Hsiao, Stony Brook University; 
Stephen D. H. Hsu, Michigan State University.
  Lonnie O. Ingram, University of Florida; Tatsuo Itoh, University of 
California, Los Angeles; S. Sitharama Iyengar, Florida International 
University; Richard Jove, Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute of 
Florida; Biing-Hwang Juang, Georgia Institute of Technology; Vistasp M. 
Karbhari, The University of Texas at Arlington; Joachim B. Kohn, 
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; George P. Korfiatis, 
Stevens Institute of Technology; Michael R. Ladisch, Purdue University; 
David C. Larbalestier, Florida State University; Cato T. Laurencin, 
University of Connecticut; Kam W. Leong, Duke University; Frank L. 
Lewis, The University of Texas at Arlington; Ping Liang, University of 
California, Riverside; Charles M. Lieber, Harvard University; Stephen 
B. Liggett, University of South Florida; Dennis C. Liotta, Emory 
University; Dmitri Litvinov, University of Houston; Michael R. Lovell, 
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Richard J. Mammone, Rutgers, The 
State University of New Jersey.
  Michael A. Marletta, The Scripps Research Institute; Edith 
Mathiowitz, Brown University; Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, Carnegie Mellon 
University; Constantinos Mavroidis, Northeastern University; Robert M. 
Metcalfe, The University of Texas at Austin; Gary K. Michelson, Twenty 
Million Minds Foundation; Robert H. Miller, Case Western Reserve 
University; Chad A. Mirkin, Northwestern University; Samir Mitragotri, 
University of California, Santa Barbara; Shanta M. Modak, Columbia 
University; Marsha A. Moses, Harvard University; Ferid Murad, The 
George Washington University; Hameed Naseem, University of Arkansas; 
Laura E. Niklason, Yale University; Santa J. Ono, University of 
Cincinnati; Sethuraman Panchanathan, Arizona State University; P. 
Hunter Peckham, Case Western Reserve University; Gholam A. Peyman, 
Tulane University; Glenn D. Prestwich, The University of Utah; Stephen 
R. Quake, Stanford University.
  Dabbala R. Reddy, Carnegie Mellon University; Zhifeng Ren, University 
of Houston; Darrell H. Reneker, The University of Akron; John A. 
Rogers, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Bernard Roizman, 
The University of Chicago; Arye Rosen, Drexel University; Joseph C. 
Salamone, University of Massachusetts Lowell; W. Mark Saltzman, Yale 
University; Yoshiaki Sato, Kaatsu International University; Martin 
Schadt, Nanjing University; Vern L. Schramm, Yeshiva University; 
Sudipta Seal, University of Central Florida; Venkat Selvamanickam, 
University of Houston; Wei-Heng Shih, Drexel University; Mary Shire, 
University of Limerick, Ireland; Henry I. Smith, Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology; George F. Smoot III, University of California, 
Berkeley; Thomas C. Sudhof, Stanford University; Subra Suresh, Carnegie 
Mellon University; Theodore F. Taraschi, Thomas Jefferson University.
  Arthur J. Tipton, Southern Research Institute; Satish S. Udpa, 
Michigan State University; Kathryn E. Uhrich, Rutgers, The State 
University of New Jersey; Akos Vertes, The George Washington 
University; Vitaly J. Vodyanoy, Auburn University; John N. Vournakis, 
Medical University of South Carolina; Jay S. Walker, Cornell 
University; David R. Walt, Tufts University; Donald P. Weeks, 
University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Sherman M. Weissman, Yale University; 
James E. West, The Johns Hopkins University; Wayne C. Westerman, 
University of Delaware; George M. Whitesides, Harvard University; H. 
Kumar Wickramasinghe, University of California, Irvine; David J. 
Wineland, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Carl T. 
Wittwer, The University of Utah; Jerry M. Woodall, University of 
California, Davis; Mark S. Wrighton, Washington University in St. 
Louis; James J. Wynne, University of South Florida; Ralph T. Yang, 
University of Michigan; Frederic Zenhausern, The University of Arizona; 
Shuguang Zhang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Harald zur 
Hausen, German Cancer Research Center.

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