Biophysics trainer elected to the the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Bob Landick, a professor of biochemistry and bacteriology, was elected this year to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Founded in 1780, the academy honors American leaders in science, art, business, and humanities. Other members elected this year include former president Barack Obama and actor Tom Hanks. Congratulations Dr. Landick! (https://news.wisc.edu/three-from-uw-madison-elected-to-american-academy-...)