Adam Cohen is a professor in the departments of Chemistry and Chemical Biology and Physics at Harvard. He develops tools to map bioelectrical signals in samples ranging from single bacteria to behaving mice to human stem cell-derived neurons from patients with neurological disorders. Cohen has received the Sackler Prize in Chemistry, a Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellowship, Blavatnik National Award in Chemistry, the American Chemical Society Pure Chemistry Award, and a Presidential Early Career Award from Barack Obama. Cohen obtained PhD degrees from Stanford in experimental biophysics and from Cambridge, UK in theoretical physics.
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