Poster Prize Awarded at The Protein Society
The wwPDB Foundation made awards to outstanding student posters at the 2023 Annual Symposium of The Protein Society (July 13-16, Boston, MA).
Taylor M. Laflamme for
Specificity studies of small molecule inhibitors targeting the ankyrin repeat oncoprotein gankyrin
Taylor M. Laflamme (1), Emma I. Kane (1), Dipti Kanabar (2), Tejashri Chavan (2), Aaron Muth (2), & Donald E. Spratt (1)
1) Clark University; 2) St. John's University
Kevin Ramirez for
Host protein decoy fluorescence sensors for the detection of SARS-CoV-2 virions
Kevin Ramirez (1,2), David Bouzada (3), Arjan Bains (1,2), Mourad Sadqi (1,2), Eugenio Sentís-Vazquez(3), Patricia LiWang (1,2), and Victor Muñoz (1,2)
1) Department of Bioengineering, 2) CREST Center for Cellular & Biomolecular Machines, University of California Merced, 3) Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Many thanks to The Protein Society organizers and poster prize judges for making these awards possible.
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