Kayla Sprenger wins 2015 CoMSEF Conference Presentation Award

Congratulations to Kayla Sprenger of the University of Washington (Advisor: Jim Pfaendtner) who won the 2015 CoMSEF Conference Presentation Award for her poster presentation "Obtaining Thermodynamic and Structural Information of Surface-Bound Biomolecules from Biased Simulations" at FOMMS 2015 (http://fomms.org).

The CoMSEF Conference Presentation Award recognizes excellence in research by undergraduate students, graduate students and/or postdoctoral researchers. The intent of the award is to reward significant contributions to research in computational molecular science and engineering by young researchers. The award consists of an announcement for the presentation and a waived conference registration fee for the awardee.

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