Award Winners

Ian Lawson Van Toch Memorial Award for Outstanding Student Paper
F1000 Poster Award
RCSB PDB Poster Prize

Ian Lawson Van Toch Memorial Award for Outstanding Student Paper

Torsten Gross, IRI Life Sciences, Humboldt University, Germany
Robust network inference using response logic

Dinithi Sumanaweera, Monash University, Australia
Statistical Compression of Protein Sequences and Inference of Marginal Probability Landscapes over Competing Alignments using Finite State Models and Dirichlet Priors

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F1000 Poster Awards


Harun Mustafa, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Scalable Annotated Genome Sequence Graphs

Anne Hartebrodt, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
Distributed privacy-aware data normalization

Hamim Zafar, Carnegie Mellon University, United States
Single-cell Lineage Tracing by Integrating CRISPR-Cas9 Mutations With Transcriptomic Data

Mariia O. Bilous, Université de Lausanne, Switzerland
A network-based approach for visualization and simplification of single-cell RNA sequencing data

Hamed Khakzad, University of Zurich, Switzerland
TX-MS: Targeted chemical cross-linking Mass Spectrometry can determine quaternary protein structures directly in complex samples

Marc Jan Bonder, EMBL, Germany
Genetic regulation across 1,300 human induced pluripotent stem cell lines

RCSB and PDB Poster Prize

Jo√£o Rodrigues, Stanford University, United States
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