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EDUCATION:

Wesleyan University, B.A., physics, 1959
Harvard University, M.S., medical sciences, 1961
Harvard University, Ph.D., biophysics, 1964
Florida State University, post-doctoral, molecular biophysics, 1965-67

EMPLOYMENT:

Assistant Professor, Department of Biophysics, University of Chicago, 1967-74
Member of the Research Staff, Exxon Corporate Research Laboratory, 1974-83
Lecturer (tenure track), Department of Physics, Wake Forest University, 1983-88
Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Wake Forest University, 1988-90
Professor, Department of Physics, Wake Forest University, 1990-2004
Research Professor, Department of Physics, Wake Forest University, 2004-present

SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS:
Biophysical Society

AWARDS: Phi Beta Kappa;
Research Career Development Award, NIH, 1971-74

PUBLICATIONS are separately listed.

PATENTS:
Holzwarth, G.M., Naslund, L.A., and Sandvik, E.I. Oil Recovery Using Stabilized Saline, Heat-Treated Heteropolysaccharide Solutions. U.S.Patent 4,425,246, Jan. 10, 1984

Holzwarth, G.M. Oil Recovery Using Modified Hetero- polysaccharides in Buffered Brine. U.S.Patent 4,440,225,
April 3, 1984.

Method and apparatus for gel electrophoresis using two electric fields. C.R.Sabanayagam, G.M.Holzwarth, and E.H.Lai. US patent 5,453,162(9/26/1995). Licensed to BioRad.

POSTERS PRESENTED (Most recent only)

“Transport Modes of Viral Nucleoproteins in live Cells”, George Holzwarth, Lucas Tommervik, Arnav Bhandari, David Ornelles, and Doug Lyles, Biophysical Society Meeting, February 2019, Baltimore

“Multiple kinesin motors increase bead velocity against viscouos drag”, George Holzwarth, Jason Gagliano, Matthew Walb, Brian Blaker, Jed Macosko, Biophsical Society Meeting, February 2017, Philadelphia.

“BAYESIAN ANALYSIS DISTINGUISHES BROWNIAN MOTION FROM MOTOR-DRIVEN TRANSPORT WITHIN ORGANELLE TRAJECTORIES”:¬† George Holzwarth, Amanda M. Smelser, Matthew J. Martin, Biophysical Society meeting 2014.

” DISTINGUISHING¬† BROWNIAN MOTION FROM MOTOR-DRIVEN TRANSPORT WITHIN ORGANELLE TRAJECTORIES BY BAYESIAN ANALYSIS”, Matthew J. Martin, Amanda M. Smelser, Jed C. Macosko, George Holzwarth, Meeting of the Biophysical Society, 2013.