Prizes – University of Copenhagen

September, 2016

The International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB) announces competitions to improve the coverage on Wikipedia of any aspect of computational biology. In the last WikiProject competition PhD student Alexander S. Hauser has been awarded 1st and 2nd prize awards with an in-depth update of the molecular docking Wikipedia page as well as Wikidata entry. 

June 18, 2016
Stefan Mordalski and Gáspár Pándy-Szekeres received awards for their oral and poster presentations, respectively, at the 2nd Central European Biomedical Congress, in Krakow, Poland.

Stefan Mordalski and Gáspár Pándy-Szekeres received awards for their oral and poster presentations

ERCDec, 2014
David Gloriam received a 1.5 million EUR ERC Starting Grant for the project "DE-ORPHAN - Determination of Orphan Receptor Physiological Agonists and sigNals".  Read more

Aug, 2014
1st and 3rd places in the GPCR Dock competition for structure modeling of the serotonin 5-HT1B receptor and receptor-ligand complex, respectively. GPCR Dock is a highly competitive competition and involved 44 international groups, including leading GPCR modelers and software developers.

GPCR Dock 2013 5HT1B

Poster Prize at 2nd Danish Protein Molecular Modellers Metting 2013

Master thesis students Kimberley Fidom and Thomas Lehto received a poster prize at the 2nd Danish Protein Molecular Modellers Meeting on May 23, 2013 for a poster entitled "A New Fragment-Based Pharmacophore Method and the Application in Virtual Screening". 

Poster prize Fidom Lehto

Poster prize at Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptors conference 2011

Kasper Harpsøe received the Best Poster Award at the 2011 Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptors 2011 conference, Hinxton, UK.

2005's most downloaded article in BBA - General Subjects 

David Gloriams article on the identification of nine novel orphan GPCRs was 2005’s most downloaded article in BBA - General Subjects. (ScienceDirect).

Award of excellence in Computer Science 2004

Vignir Isberg received a student award of excellence in Computer Science, Commercial College of Iceland.