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Since Vermont has only a single research university, program coordination was relatively
straightforward. At the time Dr. Christopher Allen was the State EPSCoR Director and he and
DOE EPSCoR Director had an effective working relationship. Table 1 shows the composition of
the DOE EPSCoR Board and Table 2 shows the composition of the DOE EPSCoR Structural and
Computational Biology Executive Committee. The Principal Investigator chaired the DOE
Table 1 DOE EPSCoR Board
Christopher Allen, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry, Vermont State EPSCoR Project Director, Project Director
DOD and NSF EPSCoR, Project Co-Director, NIH EPSCoR
John Burke, Ph.D. Vice-Provost for Research, Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
William Lakin, Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics & Statistics, Associate Project Director, NASA
Susan Lowey, Ph.D. Professor of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics
Kenneth Mann, Ph.D. Professor and Chair of Biochemistry
Alan McIntosh, Ph.D. Professor, School of Natural Resources, Projector Director, EPA EPSCoR
Judith VanHouten, Ph.D. Professor and Chair of Biology, Associate State EPSCoR Project Director, Co-
Director NIH EPSCoR
Susan Wallace, Ph.D., Chair Professor and Chair of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Project Director,
Table 2 DOE EPSCoR Structural and Computational Biology Executive Committee
Jeffrey Bond, Ph.D., Co-Chair Research Assistant Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
Sylvie Doublid, Ph.D., Co-Chair Assistant Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
Stephen Everse, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Biochemistry
Christopher Francklyn, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biochemistry
Scott Morrical, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biochemistry
Robert Snapp, Ph.D. Professor of Computer Science
Table 3 External Advisory Board
Charles Carter, Ph.D. Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Robert Sweet, Ph.D. Scientist, Biology Department Brookhaven National Laboratory
George Rose, Ph.D. Professor of Biophysics Johns Hopkins University
EPSCoR Board which made major decisions regarding budgetary appropriations while the
Executive Committee solicited applications for pilot projects and established review committees
to make recommendations to the DOE EPSCoR Board as to which project should be funded and
which students should be directly supported. Over the duration of the DOE EPSCoR funding for
Structural and Computational Biology the Executive Committee held a number of retreats at the
Bishop Booth Conference Center, Burlington, Vermont. The DOE EPSCoR Executive
Committee also developed an External Advisory Board of structural and computational
biologists (Table 3) who communicated with the senior leaders by phone and with the entire
group of faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate and undergraduate students at the retreats. DOE
EPSCoR also supported a seminar series which brought internationally renowned structural and
computational biologists to campus to give talks to this same contingent of scholars.
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