We are young and dynamic research group based at the University of Edinburgh in the School of Chemistry that forms part of EaSt Chem. The research looks at combining data intensive simulation approaches with machine learning to understand protein function and inhibition better, with a particular focus on antimicrobial resistance.
We are looking for more people to join the group!
Otherwise, for more information and other opportunities on how to join take a look here!
We are grateful for funding from Royal Society of Chemistry for the Outreach project Chemistry in Focus.
The paper on: Efficient Purification of Cowpea Chlorotic Mottle Virus by a Novel Peptide Aptamer is now published in Viruses30/01/2023
New preprint available with Ryan's first contribution to a publication: Efficient Purification of Cowpea Chlorotic Mottle Virus by a Novel Peptide Aptamer09/01/2023
We say goodbye to Li! Well done on completing your project with us and all the best for the rest of your studies.03/01/2023
Antonia joins the CCPBioSim management group02/12/2022
Jenke passes his Viva! Congratulations on your PhD and all the best on your new adventures!17/09/2022
Antonia is joining the Living Journal of Computational Molecular Sciences editorial board.17/08/2022
Antonia is joining the JOSS editorial board.10/08/2022
Li Horovitz will join the group as an exchange student from Ben-Gurion University in September 2023 for a 12 week project. Welcome Li!29/07/2022
Antonia is joining the Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics RSC focus group committee