Medical doctoral student Anna Esser, from Luciana Hannibal’s research group, has won a Trainee Award from the international Society for Redox Biology and Medicine (SfRBM). Her work is entitled “A non-catalytic cysteine residue modulates enzymatic processing of cobalamins”.

These awards are made available to students and postdocs who wish to attend SfRBM 2020 to present their research and are conferred based on quality and scientific merit of a submitted abstract. 12 awards at $500 each are conferred to trainees outside of the United States. In addition, 12 Trainee Awards at $500 each are presented to trainees in the US. Winners will be recognized during the 2020 Virtual Conference and receive their check via mail.