The 2022 Pauling Medal Symposium
Dr. Cynthia J. Burrows,
2022 Pauling Medalist
The 2022 Pauling Medal was awarded to Professor Cynthia J. Burrows, Distinguished Professor and Thatcher Presidential Endowed Chair of Biological Chemistry at the University of Utah. The Pauling Medal Award was presented to Professor Cynthia J. Burrows at the Pauling Medal Symposium on October 29, 2022. Information about last year’s symposium is below.
The 2022 Pauling Medal Symposium
Date held: October 29th, 2022
Location: Robertson Life Sciences Building, OHSU, Portland, Oregon
The Roberson Life Sciences Building (RLSB) is a joint facility of Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU), Oregon State University, and Portland State University. It is located on the campus of OHSU. Directions and information about parking are given at the RLSB web page. There is free parking at the Schnitzer Lot on weekends. Here is an OHSU printed map and walking directions from the Schnitzer lot to RLSB.
Click here for the 2022 Pauling Symposium Program Booklet
Register for the Banquet (Closed)
The poster session, lectures, and reception was free and open to the public. The banquet was a ticketed event with registration (now closed).
Please see the information below regarding COVID-19 policies for the 2022 Pauling Medal Symposium and Banquet.
Professor Alison Butler, University of California, Santa Barbara
Siderophores in Stereo: The Importance of Chirality in Microbial Iron Acquisition
Professor Valeria Molinero, University of Utah
Molecular Recognition of Ice by Proteins: From Ice Nucleation to Antifreeze
Professor Cynthia J. Burrows, 2022 Pauling Medalist, University of Utah
Beyond Watson & Crick (and Pauling!): DNA Chemistry Defines Who We Are
Symposium Hosts and Organizers: The 2022 Pauling Medal Symposium was hosted by the Portland Section of the American Chemical Society.
Thank You to Sponsors of the 2022 Pauling Medal Symposium!
Thank you to our beverage sponsors!
COVID-19 Policies for the Pauling Medal Symposium:
OHSU firmly believes that vaccination is one of our most important tools to help keep our community well and protected against COVID-19 so we require guests of our events to either fully vaccinated or receive a negative PCR test within 48 hours of the event.
By registering or attending this event, you agree to be in compliance of this policy. Mask-wearing is not mandatory in (non-healthcare location of event), although we recognize some people may feel more comfortable wearing one. While there are many people who may feel ready to take off their mask, there are also many with underlying conditions or a personal preference to continue protecting themselves with masks. Thank you for respecting your colleagues’ personal preferences.
Whether or not you test positive for COVID-19, we urge you to stay home if you have a cough, runny nose (unlike your usual seasonal allergies), headache, fatigue or any other symptom.
For further information about Linus Pauling, please see the Pauling Archives and Research Center at Oregon State University.
The Pauling Medal web page is hosted by the Puget Sound Section on behalf of the three ACS local sections that sponsor the award (Puget Sound, Portland, and Oregon). For information about this page contact acspugetsoundsection at gmail.