The Center for Computational and Integrative Biology at Rutgers-Camden is pleased to announce two winners for the 2019 CCIB Best Student Paper Awards.
Tied for first place:
Gabriele Skidmore (Klein Lab) Caulobacter crescentus Adapts to Phosphate Starvation by Synthesizing Anionic Glycoglycerolipids and a Novel Glycosphingolipid. MBio
Ruchi Lohia (Brannigan Lab) Sequence specificity despite intrinsic disorder: How a disease-associated Val/Met polymorphism rearranges tertiary interactions in a long disordered protein. PLoS computational biology.
Liam Sharp (Brannigan Lab) Boundary lipids of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor: Spontaneous partitioning via coarse-grained molecular dynamics simulation. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)
Lingyu Guan (Grigoriev Lab) Inferring targeting modes of Argonaute-loaded tRNA fragments. RNA biology
Thanks to the committee members (David Salas, Marien Solesio, Guillaume Lamoureux) who had to choose the winners among the excellent collection of competitive papers. These papersrepresent some of the excellent work done by our CCIB students.
Again, congratulations to all the winners!