Tom Terwilliger of the Biosecurity and Public Health Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory has been named Fellow of the American Crystallographic Association.
Terwilliger graduated magna cum laude in Physics from Harvard College in 1978. He obtained his PhD on the structure of melittin from bee venom with David Eisenberg at UCLA in 1981.
He was a Helen Hay Whitney Postdoctoral Fellow with Daniel E. Koshland, Jr., at UC Berkeley from 1981-1985, then a Presidential Young Investigator at the University of Chicago from 1985-1990, and has been on the staff of LANL since 1991.
Terwilliger is now a Laboratory Fellow and works on Structural Genomics and methods for X-ray crystallography.