The Karpay Award in Structural Biology
The Karpay Award in Structural Biology was established in 2010 to honor the memory of Dr. Anne Karpay. Each year the award recognizes one senior graduate student who is a well-rounded colleague and scientist, who is collaborative and collegial, and who has performed exceptional research in structural biology. The winner then presents a research talk as part of the award ceremony.
Recipients of The Karpay Award in Structural Biology
|2019||Caleigh Azumaya (Nakagawa)||“Grad School: It’s a TRP”|
|2018||Meredith Frazier (Jackson)||“Along for the ride: structural and functional studies of AP4 and its accessory protein tepsin”|
|2017||Norie Sugitani (Chazin)||“Scaffolding branches: XPA in DNA repair and graduate school survival”|
|2016||Qiuyan Chen (Iverson/Gurevich)||“Arrestin activation? Just press the right buttons”|
|2015||Kathleen F. Mittendorf (Sanders)||“Pigs in a Blanket on My Rafting Trip: Membrane Proteins and Neurodegeneration”|
|2014||Nicole Chumbler (Lacy)||“Who’s the boss? Structural investigations of Clostridium difficile Toxin A autoprocessing”|
|2013||Paul Barrett (Sanders)||“Where’s My Doughnut? A Link Between Cholesterol and Alzheimer’s Disease”|
|2012||Chris A. Brosey (Chazin)||“Floating away on a Brownian waltz: Uncovering the architecture and dynamics of ssDNA-binding by Replication Protein A”|
|2011||Yoana Dimitrova (Chazin)||“Taming the beast: TBL1 and adventures in structural biology and graduate school”|
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