Amy Davidson was a superb scientist, a fine teacher, a great colleague and an excellent human being. She will be missed by one and all.
Amy was probably the best postdoc I have ever had. What she has did in my lab, i.e. the first purification and reconstitution of the binding-protein-dependent transport system, was a colossal achievement, but even more importantly she did all this without my help. What we now know about the mechanism of ABC transporters largely came from her work after she became an independent investigator. She was also a wonderful, kind, human being. I will miss her very much.
What a loss! what a loss! what a loss! too sad. May her kindness and generosity remain an inspiration ...
Amy was an outstanding scientist and a fine person. I regularly ask my students to read her work for inspiration - and will continue to do so!
Amy was a wonderful colleague and friend during our years at Baylor. There are many fond memories from our labs being "neighbors" during that time. Her smile and kind spirit will always be remembered.