Poster Prize Awarded at DiscoverBMB

05/08 wwPDB News

The wwPDB Foundation made an award for outstanding student presentations at the 2024 DiscoverBMB Meeting of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (March 23–26, San Antonio, TX).

<I>Angela Kayll (James Madison University) and Christine Zardecki (wwPDB Foundation)</I>Angela Kayll (James Madison University) and Christine Zardecki (wwPDB Foundation)

Solution Structure of the hMDH2-hCS Metabolon
Angela Kayll(1), Harrison Tarbox(2), Andrew Pulido(2), Joseph Provost(2), Christopher E. Berndsen(1)
(1)Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, James Madison University
(2)Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of San Diego

Many thanks to The Biophysical Society organizers and poster prize judges for making this award possible.

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