Theoretical Biophysical Chemistry
Research in my laboratory incorporates large-scale computer simulations with classical physics, chemistry and biology. Current developments include expanding programs to treat large biological molecules (e.g., DNA and F-actin) and exploring classical/quantum-mechanical combination methods for treating small biological molecules such as short peptides
You are invited to explore our research, meet our group, and learn more about the software we build and maintain for our research.
Specific projects in the group include
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