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Congratulations to David S. Goodsell

07/08 

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On Sunday July 10, David S. Goodsell will present his Plenary Award Lecture on Art as a Tool for Structural Biology at The Protein Society's annual meeting. Goodsell is the recipient of the Carl Brändén Award.

In the tradition of Carl Brändén, pioneer in structural biology, co-author of the seminal text Introduction to Protein Structure, and leader of the world-class synchrotron facility at Grenoble, the Carl Brändén Award, sponsored by Rigaku Corporation, honors an outstanding protein scientist who has also made exceptional contributions in the areas of education and/or service.

RCSB PDB Director Emerita Helen M. Berman was the 2012 recipient of the Carl Brändén Award.


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