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The Proulx Lab Shines at APS 2022

Proulx Receives Early Career Lectureship Award

Caroline Proulx, Assistant Professor of Chemistry at NC State University, was recognized with the “Early Career Lectureship Award” at the 27th American Peptide Symposium.

Caroline Proulx receiving the Early Career Lectureship Award from Doctor Ved Srivastava, President of the APS
Photograph courtesy of the APS 2022 website:
Professor Caroline Proulx from North Carolina State University receives her “Young Investigator” award from Dr. Ved Srivastava, President of the APS.

Organized by the American Peptide Society, the American Peptide Symposium (APS) 2022 took place in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. This year’s theme, “Peptide Science at the Summit”, covered “a broad range of topics connecting chemical, structural, materials, biological, pharmaceutical, and medical science.”

The APS “Early Career Lectureship Award” recognizes outstanding early-career investigators who have demonstrated innovative research in peptide science.

Caroline Proulx standing behind the microphone is giving her talk during APS 2022
Photograph courtesy of the APS 2022 website:
Dr. Caroline Proulx giving her talk “New Tools for Peptide Mimicry and Functionalization” during APS 2022.

Proux Lab Members Receive Travel and Poster Awards

Further members of the Proulx Lab were recognized during APS 2022:

  • Graduate students Carolynn Davern and Hailey Young each won a poster prize for their remarkable work.
  • Graduate students Carolynn Davern and Maxwell Bowles each received travel awards to attend the conference.
Hailey Young and Carolynn Davern holding their Poster Awards during APS 2022
Hailey Young and Carolynn Davern holding their Poster Awards during APS 2022