Trainee Awards 2017

3rd Annual Meeting of the BSC, Montreal, May 2017

Best Poster Awards

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

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