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Biophysical Society announces winners of 2013 Education Committee travel awards
Date:1/8/2013

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."


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