Poster Prize Awarded at ISMB
The RCSB PDB Poster Prize at the 19th Annual International Conference for Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology (ISMB, July 15-19; Vienna, Austria), went to Tammy Cheng for Structural biology meets systems biology: Gauging the systemic impact of non-synonymous single nucleotide polymorphisms (Tammy M. K. Cheng1, Linda Jeffery2, Lucas Goehring3, Yu-En Lu4, Jacqueline Hayles2, Bela Novak5, Paul A. Bates1
1Biomolecular Modelling Laboratory, Cancer Research UK London Research Institute; 2Cell Cycle Laboratory, Cancer Research UK London Research Institute; 3Max Plank Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization, Göttingen, Germany; 4Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK; 5Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford, UK
Tammy will receive a subscription to Science and a copy of Structural Bioinformatics (Gu, Bourne, editors).
Many thanks to the judges: Emidio Capriotti (Stanford), Jeroen de Ridder (Delft University of Technology), Javier Diaz (University of Toronto), Nils Gehlenborg (Harvard Medicial School), Milana Frenkel-Morgenstern (Weizmann Institute), Arik Harel (Rutgers), Edda Kloppmann (Technische Universität München), Nathan Nehrt (University of Maryland, Baltimore County), Venkata P. Satagopam (EMBL Heidelberg), Christian Schäfer, Andrea Schafferhans, Markus Schmidberger (Technische Universität München). Thanks also to Poster Committee Chair Yana Bromberg (Rutgers University) and to the International Society for Computational Biology.
An RCSB PDB poster prize will also be awarded at the upcoming IUCr meeting.