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SU graduate student recognized with Biophysical Society award
Khalil Howard, a Ph.D. student and McNair Scholar in the structural biology, biochemistry and biophysics program in SU’s Department of Physics, has been named a winner of a 2010 Minority Travel Award, presented by the Biophysical Society.
Minority Travel Award winners are invited to attend the Biophysical Society’s 54th Annual Meeting at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco, Feb. 20-24. The awards are meant to encourage participation at the Biophysical Society Annual Meeting by minority students currently studying biophysics. Recipients will be honored at a reception on Feb. 20. Howard is being recognized for his research “Nature as a Scaffold: The Rational Redesign of a Protein Pore.”