Congratulations to all our 2021 ASB meeting award winners

Congratulations to all our 2021 ASB meeting award winners

At the recent 2021 ASB meeting we were spoiled with amazing talks by our talented students and early career researchers.

 

Dr Emilie Flood from RMIT received the 2021 Young Biophysicist Award for her work on using molecular dynamics simulations to elucidate the origins of rapid inactivation in hERG.

The joint winners for the best ECR talks were Pietro Ridone (UNSW) for his talk ‘Spontaneous adaptation of ion selectivity in a bacterial flagellar motor’ and  Aaron Elbourne (RMIT) for his talk ‘Dynamics and behaviour of ultra-small gold nanoparticles at bio-membranes – Combining experiment with simulation.’.

The best talk by a student was awarded to Alice Hutchinson (ANU) for her presentation ‘Modelling thermophoresis at the molecular scale – which water model is best?’ and Po-Chia Chen (USyd) won the prize for best flash talk and online poster presentation

Congratulations to all our prizes winner!

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