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The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology has awarded the 2013 DeLano Award for Computational Biosciences to Helen Berman for her efforts to make data universally available

Berman is a professor of chemistry and chemical biology at Rutgers University and a co-founder and director of the Protein Data Bank. She obtained a BA in chemistry from Barnard College and a PhD in crystallography from the University of Pittsburgh.

Berman will receive her award during the Experimental Biology 2013 conference which will be held in Boston from April 20-24.


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