Research in the areas of Chemical physics; Physical chemistry; Biochemistry; Computer Science: Forces and structures governing thermodynamics and kinetics in liquid solutions especially aqueous systems, Effects of anisotropic environments on DNA and Proteins, Theory and computational methods to investigate solution systems with couplings and correlations at many disparate length and time scales, Computational theory of exotic statistical ensembles and sampling methods.
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The Gulf Coast Consortium for Bioinformatics
John S. Dunn GCC for Chemical Genomics
John S. Dunn, Sr. GCC for Magnetic Resonance
NLM Training Program in Biomedical Informatics
Houston Area Molecular Biophysics Training Program
Training in Pharmacological Sciences
Nanobiology Interdisciplinary Graduate Training Program
Computational Cancer Biology Training Program
Department / School
Professor of Chemistry, Director of the Sealy Center for Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics