Congratulations to our 2014 Poster Prize Winners

 

PAULING PRIZE

Alisa Glukhova

Univ. of Michigan 

Structural and functional analysis of lysosomal phospholipase A2 a close homolog of lecithin-cholesterol acyltransferase

PAULING BRANSON PRIZE

Nikita Ussin

Univ. of South Carolina

Structural characterization of 1-deoxy-D-xylulose-5-phosphate reductoisomerase from Vibrio vulnifcus

PAULING SUNDARALINGAM PRIZE

Dale Kreitler

Univ. of Wisconsin

Quasi-racemic crystallization of backbone modified proteins: Not quite centrosymmetric

PAULING DELBAERE-CANADIAN PRIZE

Kritica Arora

Queen's Univ.

Mitotic kinesin structure displays elusive near rigor state of the motor domain

PAULING IUCr PRIZE

Robert Evans, III

Univ. of Minnesota

Structural studies of PqqC mutants provide clues to the enzymatic mechanism of this cofactorless oxidase

 

TAYLOR & FRANCIS BIOMOLECULAR CRYSTALLOGRAPHY PRIZE

Michelle Morris

Univ. of Alabama

Monoclinic and rhombohedral crystals of Inorganic Pyrophosphatase from T. thioreducens

RCSB PROTEIN DATA BANK PRIZE

Kimberly Stanek

Univ. of Virginia

Crystal structure and functional characterization of an Hfq homolog from Aquifex aeolicus 

OXFORD CRYOSYSTEMS LOW TEMPERATURE PRIZE

Brian Dolinar

Univ. of Wisconsin 

Yes, Solvent Molecules Do Matter: Solvatomorphism and Polymorphism of cis- 22-tetrakis (monothiosuccinimidato) dimolybdenum (II)

SPS-MITIGEN PRIZE

Eileen Brady

Queen's Univ.

Characterization of mutant methionine adenosyltransferases from Sulfolobus solfataricus 

JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS PRIZE

Farzaneh Tondnevis

Univ. of Florida

pH Induced Equilibrium Shift Mechanism Between Closed and Open E. coli b- Sliding Clamp Revealed 

JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY PRIZE

Sergiu Draguta

New Mexico Highlands Univ.

X-ray structural analysis of liquids compounds and their predisposal to polymorphism   

CRYST ENG COMM PRIZE

Raul Castaneda

New Mexico Highlands Univ.

Structure of Potential Charge Transfer Polymorph Materials and a Pseudo-Polymorph with Trimeric Perfluro-o-Phenylene Mercury and Tetrathiafulvalene