Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, University of Colorado School of Medicine, John Stewart Endowed Chair in Peptide Chemistry. In 2017 received the most prestigious award in peptide chemistry, the Bruce Merrifield Award, for outstanding lifetime accomplishment in peptide research recognizing the highest level of scientific creativity. Prior experience, Director and CEO of the Protein Engineering Network of Centers of Excellence; S.P.I. Synthetic Peptides, Inc.; Cytovax Biotechnologies, Inc.; BioAMPs International, Inc. and PeptiVir, Inc.
The Fellowship of the Royal Society of Canada is an award granted to individuals that the Royal Society of Canada judges to have made remarkable contributions in the arts, humanities and sciences, as well as in Canadian public life.
The MRC career awards were considered the most prestigious of such awards in Canada.
Awarded by The Canadian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in recognition of a record of outstanding achievements in research in the field of biochemistry undertaken in Canada by a Canadian Scientist.
Outstanding leadership in Alberta science from the ASTech Foundation.
Honored by the American Peptide Society for outstanding achievements in peptide research.
Received from the University of Colorado, Denver.
Received from the University of Colorado Denver.
Won from the American Peptide Society for career-long research excellence in the field of peptide science and significant mentorship and training of students, postdoctoral fellows and other co-workers.
The Royal Society of Canada appointed Dr. Hodges as a "Life Member".
Received from the American Peptide Society for outstanding lifetime accomplishment in peptide research, recognizing the highest level of scientific creativity.