2012 Michael and Kate Bárány Award

I have some good news.  Due in large part to the work we've done with Folding@home, I've been named the recipient of the 2012 Michael and Kate Bárány Award for Young Investigators from the Biophysical Society for "developing field-defining and field-changing computational methods to produce leading theoretical models for protein and RNA folding."  This was just annouced in the Biophysics Society newsletter and their web site hasn't been updated just yet for the 2012 awards.

As with all of the accolades coming to our work, this is very much a team effort, and I'm excited that our collective work is being well-recognized.