Research Assistant Professor
Research Associate Professor
Research interests involve the development of template-based modeling tools for protein-protein and protein-small molecule interactions.
PhD Candidate, Chemistry
Current research involves the development and application of computational software for the identification of small molecule-protein interactions with a specific focus on the prediction of allosteric sites on G Protein Coupled Receptors.
PhD Candidate, BME
My research is focused on modeling protein-small molecule interactions with an emphasis on studying the conformational changes in binding sites.
Current research involves improving the accuracy and development of ClusPro. I am also interested in incorporating machine learning techniques to further enhance protein docking predictions.
PhD Candidate, SE
Current research focuses on learning algorithms for the problem of Protein Docking.
Current research is focused on evaluating strategies for improving protein-protein docking. My previous work involved the use of 3D in vitro models to study breast cancer intravasation.
Undergraduate Research Assistant, BME
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