Award Winners for 3rd Annual Meeting of the BSC

Trainee Poster Award Winners

3rd Annual Meeting of the BSC

2017 Award Recipients

Mouhanad Babi, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, McMaster University
Supervisor: Dr. Jose Moran-Mirabal
Work presented: Super-Resolution Imaging of Native Cellulose Nanostructure

Eric Beamish, Department of Physics, University of Ottawa
Supervisor: Dr. Michel Godin
Work presented: Identifying Structure in Short DNA Scaffolds using Solid-State Nanopores

Zeineb Bouhlel, Department of Chemistry, Université du Québec à Montréal
Supervisor: Dr. Isabelle Marcotte
Work presented: Strategies for the in vivo characterisation of the marine bacteria Vibrio splendidus by 2H NMR

Cory Campbell, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Concordia University
Supervisor: Dr. Peter Pawalek
Work presented: Biophysical Approaches in the Development of a Coupled Glycosyltransferase Assay Employing E. coli UDP-glucose Dehydrogenase

Justine Dionne, Department of Chemistry, Université Laval
Supervisor: Dr. Michèle Auger
Work presented: Structural investigations of supercontracted spider dragline silk

Gregory-Neal W. Gomes, Department of Physics, University of Toronto
Supervisor: Dr. Claudiu Gradinaru
Work presented: Dimensions and dynamics of disordered proteins from single molecule fluorescence measurements

Robert Harkness, Department of Chemistry, McGill University
Supervisor: Dr. Tony Mittermaier
Work presented: Rapid characterization of folding and binding interactions with thermolabile ligands by DSC

Chieh Ting Hsu, Department of Biology and Physics, McGill University
Supervisor: Dr. Paul Francois
Work presented: Identifying the key parameters in biological models using parameter compression

Williams E. Miranda, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Calgary
Supervisor: Dr. Sergei Noskov
Work presented: Ion Conduction through the Cardiac Ryanodine Receptor (RyR2): All-atom Molecular Dynamics Simulation Studies

Adrian Paz Ramos, Department of Chemistry, University of Montreal
Supervisor: Dr. Michel Lafleur
Work presented: Understanding skin impermeability: structure characterization and permeability measurements

Félix Proulx-Giraldeau, Department of Physics, McGill University
Supervisor: Dr. Paul François
Work presented: Untangling the hairball: fitness based asymptotic reduction of biological networks

Morgan Robinson, Department of Biology, University of Waterloo
Supervisor: Dr. Zoya Leonenko
Work presented: High-speed AFM of complex lipid membranes captures video of protein-lipid interactions