Callie Saeher awarded a Ruth L. Kirschstein fellowship

Callie Saeher is awarded a postdoctoral national research service award fellowship from the National Institutes of Health for her work on mTORC1 activation. The purpose of the fellowship is to train promising candidates to become productive, independent investigators in scientific health-related research fields.

Emma Danelius and Xuelang Mu to deliver keynote talks at ACA 2023

Emma Danelius and Xuelang Mu have been selected to deliver keynote talks in the transactions symposium at this year’s annual meeting of the American Crystallographic Association. The meeting will be held in Baltimore, MD in July 2023.

Cody Gillman wins Etter award

Cody Gillman was awarded the Margaret C. Etter Student Lecturer Award by the American Crystallographic Association for his work on the Design and Implementation of Suspended Drop Crystallization

Cody Gillman awarded an Audree Fowler fellowship

Cody Gillman is one of five 2022 Audree Fowler fellows. The fellowship was awarded for his excellent work on determining the structure of a toxin‐antibody complex by MicroED.

Michael Martynowycz receives the Sidhu Award

Michael Martynowycz is the recipient of the 2022 Sidhu Award from the Pittsburgh Diffraction Society for the scientific impact of his work on methods development and his dedication to advancing the field of crystallography through MicroED. The award, in memory of Professor Surhain S. Sidhu, honors significant contributions to the science of crystallography and/or diffraction by a scientist in the early stage of their career.

Hermina Wieske awarded three travel scholarships

Hermina Wieske is awarded travel scholarships from Liljewalchs stipendiestiftelse, G. Bergmarks stiftelse, and Stiftelsen Bengt Lundqvists minne to visit the Gonen laboratory.

Cody Gillman obtains NIH T32 fellowship

Cody Gillman was awarded an NIH T32 fellowship in Muscle Cell Biology, Pathophysiology and Therapeutics at UCLA for his research on using MicroED to analyze membrane proteins in lipids.

Emma Danelius wins the 2022 Suzanne Eaton Memorial Prize

The prize is intended to recognize a scientist who displays the traits characterized by Dr. Suzanne Eaton, PhD: excellence in their work, passion for their discipline, and a caring personality for their colleagues.

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