PDB Poster Prize for Student PresentationsIn 2004, the following prizes were awarded:
The award for the best student poster presentation in the category of "Protein Structure" at the Eighth Annual International Conference on Research in Computational Molecular Biology (RECOMB 2004; March 27-31, San Diego, CA) went to Boris E. Shakhnovich for the poster "Protein Structure and Evolutionary History Determine Sequence Space Topology"
Boris E. Shakhnovich1, Eric Deeds2, Charles Delisi1, and Eugene I. Shakhnovich3
1 Bioinformatics Program, Boston University
2 Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Harvard University
3 Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University
The award was a copy of Bioinformatics: The Machine Learning Approach (2nd edition), by Pierre Baldi and Soren Brunak.
aInstitute of Biological Chemistry and bCore Facility X-ray Crystallography, Academia Sinica, Taipei 115, Taiwan; cDepartment of Chemistry and dInstitute of Biochemical Sciences, National Taiwan University, Taipei 106, Taiwan.
Special thanks to the AsCA RCSB PDB Poster Prize Committee as organized by Peter Colman, T.P. Singh, and Se Won Suh.
T.E. Adamsa, M.F. Hockinb, K.G. Manna, S.J. Eversea
aCollege of Medicine, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT 05401 bHoward Hughes Medical Institute, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 84112. Special thanks to the students who participated, and to the judging committee as organized by Edward J. Collins - Jung-Ja Kim (Chair), Richard Brennan, Carolyn Brock, John Chrzas, and Nick Sauter.
J.P Colletier,a A. Royant,b A. Specht, c F. Nachon,d G. Zaccai,a M. Goeldner,c J.L Sussman, e I. Silman,f D. Bourgeois,b and M. Weik.a aLBM & bLCCP, IBS, Grenoble, France; cLCB, ULP, Strasbourg, France; dUE, CRSSA, La Tronche, France; eDSB & fDNB, WIS, Rehovot, Israel.
Thanks to the judges -- Matthias Bochtler, Zsolt Bocskei, Stefania Di Marco, Andrea Hadfield, and the Chair, Vilmos Fulop.
The award at the IUCr affiliate meetings was Biochemistry - Vol. I by Donald and Judith G. Voet and Introduction to Macromolecular Crystallography by Alexander McPherson.