Multi-Pole Approach to Structural Science

May 10 - 13, 2015

Mariusz Jaskólski

Professor, Department of Crystallography, Faculty of Chemistry
Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland
Head, Center for Biocrystallographic Research, Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry
Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznań, Poland

Previous posts: Visiting Scientist (NCI); International Research Scholar of the HHMI; Faculty Scholar, Center for Cancer Research (NCI); Vice-President of the European Crystallographic Association

Education: M.Sc. (chemistry) A. Mickiewicz Univ. (1976); Ph.D. (chemistry) A. Mickiewicz Univ. (1979); D.Sc. (physical chemistry) A. Mickiewicz Univ. (1985); Full Professor (chemistry) 2005

Fields of interest: structural biology of hydrolases, especially applied to enzymes from retroviruses and other pathogens; structural biology of plants; conformational aberrations; crystallographic methodology and teaching

~330 publications, >5,700 total citations, H-index 35, >100 structures in the PDB.

Supervised 10 Ph.D. fellows. Trained 9 postdoctoral fellows.

Corresponding member of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Foreign member of Regia Societas Scientiarum Upsaliensis (Sweden), EMBO member. Jan Zawidzki Medal (Pol. Chem. Soc.), Leon Marchlewski Medal (Committee of Biochem. & Biophys., Pol. Acad. Sci.), Sniadecki Medal (Pol. Chem. Soc.). Prize of the Foundation for Polish Science. Polish-American Scientific Award of FNP/AAAS (with A. Wlodawer).

Photo M. Forecki