Dr. Margaret Cheung and Graduate Student Andrei Gasic, UH members of CTBP and PoLS, have been selected to receive the 2019 Robert S. Hyer Graduate Student and Mentor Award. They will receive the award at the Texas American Physical Society (APS) meeting on October 25th.
The Robert S. Hyer award is given to a student and their advisor for research presented at the Texas APS within the past two years that is recognized as excellent, with potential impact in the relevant scientific community. Dr. Cheung and Mr. Gasic are being recognized for the presentation on development of a computational model to study the effects of molecular crowding, hydrodynamic pressure, and temperature on folding and functionality of phosphoyglycerate kinase (PGK).
Congratulations to both Dr. Cheung and Mr. Gasic!