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The American Society for Microbiology honors Andrew Lovering
Date:8/22/2012

velopment of antivirulents. The PBP2 publication was chosen as one of the highlights of the year by Science and C&E News.

Since establishing his own research group in 2010, Lovering's focus has shifted to deciphering the molecular basis of bacterial predation by Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus, a phenomenon that may lead to its exploitation as a "living antibiotic". In collaboration with Sockett at the University of Nottingham, this approach has already begun to detail how the invading bacterium modifies the prey cell wall for purposes of niche formation, and also how Bdellovibrio and other bacteria hydrolyze the ubiquitous bacterial second messenger cyclic-di-GMP. "As invited speaker of the 2012 Gordon Conference on Bacterial Sensory Transduction, he described the first ever crystal structure of an HD-GYP bacterial signaling protein," says Sockett.

"Lovering's enthusiasm and fascination with the microbial world is always palpable. His level of insight, profound knowledge of fundamental biochemistry, and ability to see connections that others would have missed never fail to amaze me," summarizes Klaus Ftterer, University of Birmingham. "As he builds his research group it is clear that his work will enlighten our understanding of an unusual microorganism, and his enthusiasm will inspire junior researchers in both the structural biology and microbiology communities."

Strynadka agrees, "he is highly collegial, modest, and a natural teacher. His love of and interest in science is truly infectiousknowledge he loves to share with others. Collectively, I believe him to be a truly exceptional rising star who will continue to make fundamental advances to structural microbiology."
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Contact: Garth Hogan
ghogan@asmusa.org
American Society for Microbiology
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