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Biophysical Society announces winners of 2013 Education Committee travel awards

Jan 8, 2013 - 5:00:00 AM
Jung Ho Lee, University of Wisconsin, Madison, INTERACTION OF RNASE HD AND SH3 PROTEINS WITH DNAK MOLECULAR CHAPERONE

 
[RxPG] The Biophysical Society has announced the winners of its Education Committee travel award to attend the Biophysical Society's 57th Annual Meeting at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, February 2-26, 2013. The recipients of this competitive award, all of whom are students and postdoctoral fellows, are selected based on scientific merit. Each awardee will be presenting their research during the meeting, will receives a travel grant, and will be recognized at a reception on Saturday, February 2.

The 2013 recipients of the Education Committee Travel Award are:

Rayna Addabbo , University of Wisconsin, Madison, EXPLORING THE KINETICS OF PROTEIN BIRTH

Ruchika Bajaj, Purdue University, STRUCTURAL MECHANISM OF ACTION OF BINDING PROTEIN INDEPENDENT MUTANT MALG511 OF ESCHERICHIA COLI MALTOSE TRANSPORTER

Nicholas Bellono, Brown University, ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT PHOTOTRANSDUCTION ACTIVATES TRPA1 TO MEDIATE MELANIN SYNTHESIS IN HUMAN MELANOCYTES

Lauren Bittner, Eastern Virginia Medical School, ENGINEERING OF THE MYOSIN VIIA NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING POCKET TO CREATE SELECTIVE SENSITIVITY TO N6-MODIFIED ADP ANALOG

Joan Bleecker, University of Washington, TERNARY MODEL MEMBRANE SYSTEM WITH THICKER LIQUID DISORDERED PHASES, CONFIRMED WITH ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY AND FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY

Sofya Borinskaya, University of Connecticut, CLUSTERS OF ARP2/3 ACTIVATORS MIMIC PATHOGENIC ACTIN COMETS AND PEDESTALS

Irena Bronshtein, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel, STUDY OF NUCLEAR ORGANIZATION THROUGH THE DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF CHROMATIN

Sherry-Ann Brown, Mayo Clinic, POETIC SCIENCE: ENRICHING THE BIOPHYSICS AND SYSTEMS BIOLOGY EXPERIENCE

Ping Cao, Stony Brook University, TOXIC INTERMEDIATES IN ISLET AMYLOID FORMATION: ANALYSIS OF IAPP MUTANTS REVEALS A CORRELATION BETWEEN LAG TIME AND TOXICITY

Stephanie Cope , Arizona State University, EFFECT OF PROLINES ON THE INTRINSIC STIFFNESS OF ISLET AMYLOID POLYPEPTIDE VARIANTS

Lucia Chen, King's College London, United Kingdom , USING FRET TO CHARACTERIZE THE ACTOMYOSIN COMPLEX IN CARDIAC MUSCLE

Emel Ficici, University of California, Irvine, BIOMIMETIC STRATEGY FOR NANOPARTICLE SLIDING ON DNA TRACKS

Silvia Galiani, Italian Institute of Technology, Genova, STED MICROSCOPE OPTIMIZATION: NEUROSCIENCE APPLICATIONS

Hannah Gelman, University of Illinois, EARLY EVENTS OF THE HEAT SHOCK RESPONSE

Borna Ghosh, University of Wisconsin, Madison, PROPOFOL INDUCED STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN THE TMD OF THE PROKARYOTIC PLGIC GLIC

Mark Hallen, Duke University Medical Center, INCREASED MECHANICAL OUTPUT BY A KINESIN MUTANT

Michael Harman, University of Arizona, THE COMPUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF SPIROCHETE MOTILITY IN VISCOUS FLUIDS: MIMICKING HOST RESERVOIR MICRO-ENVIRONMENTS

Charles Herring, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, THERMODYNAMIC STABILITY AND FLEXIBILITY OF CXC CHEMOKINES

Jay Howard, Willamette University, EXPLORING THE FORCE-SENSITIVITY OF ACANTHAMOEBA MYOSIN 1C FUNCTION

Nadir Ijaz, Duke University, KINESIN-14 NCD MICROTUBULE ROTATIONAL MOTILITY: A MATHEMATICAL MODEL

Babu Reddy Janakaloti Narayanareddy, University of California, Irvine, DYNAMIC FORCE ADAPTATION OF LIPID DROPLETS DURING INTRACELLULAR TRANSPORT IN COS1 CELLS.

Vinod Jyothikumar, University of Virginia, LABEL FREE FLUORESCENCE LIFETIME FRET IMAGING

Rudra Kafle, University of Michigan, CONFORMATIONAL FLUCTUATIONS OF CHROMOSOMAL DNA IN ESCHERICHIA COLI

John Kang, Carnegie Mellon University, MODELING MECHANOTRANSDUCTION SIGNALING THROUGH ACTIN FILAMENT NETWORK DEFORMATION LINKED TO BIOCHEMICAL RESPONSE

Jacob Kinnun, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, MEMBRANE STRUCTURE AND INTERMEMBRANE FORCES OBSERVED WITH SMALL ANGLE X-RAY SCATTERING.

Julian Klosowiak, Northwestern University, MIRO: A DRIVER OF THE KINESIN MOTOR

Anthony Kovacs, Washington University St. Louis, SINGLE-MOLECULE INVESTIGATION OF THE INTRAFLAGELLAR TRANSPORT OF MEMBRANE SIGNALING PROTEINS

Guruprasad Kuntamallappanavar, University of Tennessee, ACTIVATING ION DETERMINES DIFFERENTIAL ETHANOL-SENSITIVITY OF SLO FAMILY CHANNELS

Jung Ho Lee, University of Wisconsin, Madison, INTERACTION OF RNASE HD AND SH3 PROTEINS WITH DNAK MOLECULAR CHAPERONE





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