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Shoshana Wodak is a computational biologist and an organizational leader in the field of protein-protein docking.
Wodak was one of the first people to dock proteins together using a computer program.
She was elected an ISCB Fellow by the International Society for Computational Biology in 2016 and is one of the ISCB founders. She helped organize the Critical Assessment of Prediction of Interactions, for which she has served on the Management Group since the founding in 2002.