Location

Rochester, Minnesota

Summary

The research in my laboratory involves the following:

  • Explore how particular structures and atomic interactions underlie angiogenesis, apoptosis, metalloenzyme catalysis, and protein folding
  • Develop scalable supercomputer hardware and software including molecular databases for rapidly identifying selective enzyme inhibitors
  • Develop small and macro molecules useful as research tools and novel medicines

See also my selected patents and publications at my lab page: Computer-Aided Molecular Design Laboratory.

Recent Publications

See my publications

Professional Details

Primary Appointment

  1. Pharmacology

Joint Appointment

  1. Physiology and Biomedical Engineering
  2. Health Sciences Research

Academic Rank

  1. Professor of Biophysics
  2. Professor of Pharmacology

Education

  1. Sabbatical Study - Computational Chemistry University of California, San Francisco
  2. Ph.D. - Synthetic Chemistry University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
  3. MS Training - Biochemistry / Neuroscience Shanghai Institute of Physiology
  4. BS - Physical Chemistry Xiamen University
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BIO-00083981

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