Members of the FEBS Letters Editorial Board present the FEBS Letters Poster Prizes to outstanding posters at prestigious meetings and conferences.

We congratulate our awardees and look forward to seeing their work published.

Presented at the EMBO Conference on Autophagy: from molecular principles to human diseases, September 2017

Matthiew Smith, MRC Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine, University of Edinburgh
Poster Title: CCPG1, a non-canonical autophagy cargo receptor essential for pancreatic ER proteostasis

Presented at the 42nd FEBS Congress

Keis Nabhane Said Halidi, Institut Pasteur, Paris
Poster Title: CEP55 contains two new NEMO-like ubiquitin domains which play different roles in cytokinetic abscission

Presented at the 24th International Glycoconjugate Symposium

Johannes Führer, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna
Poster Title: Enzymatic stable isotope labelling of small O-glycans for improved tumor biomarker analysis

Presented at the Gordon Research Conference: Microbial Adhesion and Signal Transduction, July 2017

Lillian Juttukonda, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville
Title of poster: Dietary manganese promotes lethal staphylococcal infection of the heart

Erin Smith, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington
Title of poster: "The Brucella effector BspB targets secretory traffic to promote intracellular bacterial replication”

Lillian Juttukonda and Erin Smith

Presented at the Gordon Research Conference: Three Dimensional Electron Microscopy, June 2017

Ana Casañal, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge
Poster Title: A Hub for 3’ end Processing: Structural Insights into mRNA Polyadenylation.

Ana Casañal

Presented at the 16th Spanish Biophysical Society Congress, June 2017

Victor Almendro-Vedia, Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid
Poster Title: Mechanical softening of lipid membranes by the rotating motor protein F1F0 ATP synthase.

Víctor Almendro Vedia

Presented at the 6th FEBS Advanced Lecture Course on Matrix Pathobiology, Signaling and Molecular Targets, May 2017

Gloria Bellin, University of Verona, Italy
Poster Title: Heparanase regulates macrophage M1 polarization and tubular cell crosstalk after kidney ischemia/reperfusion injury.

Gloria Bellin

Presented at 68th Mosbacher Kolloquium, April 2017

Yannik Finger, University of Cologne
Poster Title: HsAK2 is a substrate of CHCHD4.

Yannik Finger

Presented at Advances in Skeletal Muscle Biology in Health and Disease, March 2017

Ran Hee Choi, University of South Carolina
Poster Title: TRB3 regulates protein turnover in mouse skeletal muscle.

Ran Hee Choi

Presented at FEBS Advanced Course on Lipids, September 2016

Milena Stephan, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Dresden, Germany
Poster Title: A Photochemical Assay for Analyzing Lipid Dynamics and Metabolism at Subcellular Scales.

Milena Stephan

Presented at the 2016 tRNA Conference, August 2016

Aerin Yang, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Poster Title: Site-specific incorporation of phosphoserine facilitates functional study of serine phosphorylation in diverse cellular processes

Aerin Yang

Presented at the 16th IUBMB Conference, July 2016

Mridula Swayampakula, BC Cancer Research Centre, Vancouver, BC, Canada
Poster Title: Interactome Studies Reveal Critical Roles of Carbonic Anhydrase IX (CAIX) in Tumour Progression Pathways

Mridula Swayampakula

Presented at the FASEB Conference on Retinoids, June 2016

Amanda Vreeland, Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, USA
Poster Title: Dissecting the two functions of Cellular Retinoic Acid-Binding Protein 2 (CRABP2)

Presented at the Biointeractomics FEBS-IUBMB Workshop, May 2016

Veronika Ilkow, King's College London, London
Poster Title: Enigineering and Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Calcium Binding Sites in the low-affinity IgE Receptor CD23.

Veronika Ilvow

Presented at the 2016 Hunter Meeting, April 2016

Christie A. Bader, University of South Australia, Adelaide
Poster Title: Live cell imaging of polar lipids and sugars in prostate cancer

Christie A. Bader