Congratulations to Poster Prize Winners

06/08 wwPDB News

Poster Prize awardeesPoster Prize awardees

At the inaugural PDB50 meeting, ~275 posters were presented (Abstracts Day 1 | Day 2); 209 of these presentations were considered for poster prize awards.

  • Best in High School: Nicholas Mamisashvili, Shelter Island High School, Molecular Dynamics Simulation of 6PEY.pdb a Novel Mutation in the Enzyme Methylenetetrahydrofolate Reductase
  • Best in Undergraduate: Ijeoma Okoye, Vassar College, X-ray and Antioxidant Determination of Butein and 2’,4’-dihydroxy-3,4-dimethoxychalcone to Examine their Antimalarial Activity by Binding to Falcipain-2
  • Best in Graduate: Daniel Sultanov, New York University, Mining for functional ribosomal variants in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  • Best in Postdoctoral Scholars: Seda Kocaman, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Different ATP binding states of the essential AAA (ATPases Associated with various Activities)-ATPase Rix7 facilitate substrate translocation in ribosome biogenesis

Many thanks to the poster prize judges:

  • BMRB: Hamid Eghbalnia
  • PDBe: Genevieve Evans, John Berrisford
  • PDBj: Genji Kurisu
  • UConn: Bing Hao, Irina Bezsonova, Melissa Caimano
  • University of Naples: Luigi Di Costanzo
  • RCSB: Brian Hudson, Brinda Vallat, Cathy Lawson, Chenghua Shao,
  • David Goodsell, Dennis Piehl, Ezra Peisach, Helen Berman, Irina Persikova, Joan Segura, Justin Flatt, Rachel Kramer Green, Stephen Burley, Yuhe Liang, Zukang Feng
  • RIT: Paul Craig

wwPDB is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the PDB throughout 2021 with symposia, materials, and more.

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