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Ian Kenney

Ian Kenney

Ian Kenney is an undergraduate major in physics. He is working on methods and protocols to accurately calculate solvation energies of small and drug-like molecules and he is also interested in large-scale simulations with millions of particles.

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Protein hydration

Protein hydration

Proteins interact with the surrounding water, and water molecules influence the binding of ligands and drugs to proteins profoundly. Coarse-grained analysis of water dynamics can be facilitated with a network model of hydration as shown here for the retinol binding protein CRBPII.

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Ian Welland

Ian Welland

Ian Welland graduated from ASU with a degree in physics in Summer 2015 and started in the Joint CMU-Pitt Ph.D. Program in Computational Biology in Fall 2015. During his time in Beckstein Lab, Ian worked on the problem of how to quantitatively describe and analyze the solvation of macromolecules

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