Recorded straight from the SLAS Europe 2023 exhibit hall floor – New Matter host, Hannah Rosen, Ph.D., and SLAS Scientific Director Lesley Mathews, Ph.D., speaks with winners of the Tony B. Award and the Student Poster Award!
Congratulations to our winners!
(Listed in interview order)
Tony B. Travel Award
Ádám Wolf, Ph.D. Student (Óbuda University)
Towards robotic laboratory automation Plug & Play: The “LAPP” framework
Marisa Parra López, Predoctoral Researcher (University of Granada)
A multidisciplinary approach for the identification of Tsg101 UEV ligands with potential as novel broad spectrum antivirals
Natalia Karczewska, Research Biologist (Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences)
Evaluation of the bioactivity of compounds using Cell Painting assay and alternative High-Content assays
Student Poster Award
Morgan Dennis, Ph.D. Student (University of Nottingham )
How Can Membrane-based Assays Revolutionise Drug Discovery for G Protein-coupled Receptors?
Qian Wei, Ph.D. (Oslo University Hospital)
High-Throughput Screening of Small Molecules Targeting FoxP3 in Regulatory T Cells for Cancer Treatment
What is the Tony B. Travel Award?
This annual travel grant program provides funding for the SLAS International Conference and Exhibition and the SLAS Europe Conference and Exhibition for students, graduate students, post-doctoral associates, and junior faculty with less than four years in their first academic appointments.
What is the Student Poster Award?
Student posters presented during the SLAS International Conference and Exhibition and SLAS Europe Conference and Exhibition are judged on quality and relevance. Student poster presenters are all eligible for the Student Poster Competition, in which the top three posters are recognized. Winners, up to three, receive a cash prize of $500.
Visit our Student Resources to learn more about these awards.
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