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Plenary and Award Lectures

 

PLENARY LECTURER

C. David Allis, The Rockefeller University
Beyond the double helix: varying the terrain of epigenetic landscapes in development and disease 
 
 
PLENARY LECTURER

Bonnie L. Bassler, Princeton University
Manipulating quorum sensing to control bacterial pathogenicity  
 
 
PLENARY LECTURER

Ian A. Wilson, The Scripps Research Institute
Structural basis of broad neutralization of viral pathogens 
 
 
PLENARY LECTURER AND ASBMB - MERCK AWARD

Zhijian James Chen, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Enemy within - immune and autoimmune responses to the cytosolic DNA and RNA  
 
 
PLENARY LECTURER AND FRITZ LIPMANN LECTURESHIP
Klevit
Rachel Klevit, University of Washington
Structural, functional, and mechanistic diversity in protein ubiquitination
 
 
ASBMB AWARD FOR EXEMPLARY CONTRIBUTIONS TO EDUCATION

J. Ellis Bell, University of Richmond
Don't teach biochemistry, teach students!  
 
 
ASBMB YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARD

Erica Ollmann Saphire, The Scripps Research Institute
The molecular toolkit of viral hemorrhagic fevers  
 
 
AVANTI AWARD IN LIPIDS

Karen Reue, David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles
The lipins: fat synthesis and beyond  
 
 
MILDRED COHN AWARD IN BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
Judith P. Klinman, University of California, Berkeley
Moving through barriers: Unlocking the mysteries of how enzymes really work   
 
 
DELANO AWARD FOR COMPUTATIONAL BIOSCIENCES

Vijay Pande, Stanford University
Some surprises in the biophysics of protein dynamics  
 
 
RUTH KIRSCHSTEIN DIVERSITY IN SCIENCE AWARD

JoAnn Trejo, University of California, San Diego
Untapped potential diversity and the advancement of science  
 
 
WILLIAM C. ROSE AWARD
Kathleen Matthews, Rice University
A tale of two proteins  
 
 
WALTER A. SHAW YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARD IN LIPID RESEARCH

Britta Brügger, Heidelberg University
From lipidomics to cellular functions: lipids as modulators of protein activity
 
 
HERBERT TABOR RESEARCH AWARD

Joan A. Steitz, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Yale University
 
 
EARL AND THRESSA STADTMAN DISTINGUISHED SCIENTIST AWARD

Jack E. Dixon, University of California, San Diego
A new "family" of kinases  
 
 
BERT AND NATALIE VALLEE AWARD IN BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE

David Eisenberg, University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Energy
The amyloid state of proteins in health and disease 
 
 
ALICE AND C.C. WANG AWARD IN MOLECULAR PARASITOLOGY
Alan F. Cowman, University of Melbourne
Moving in and renovating: invasion and remodeling of the human erythrocyte by the malaria parasite
 
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