The Governor’s Chair in Molecular Biophysics is Jeremy Smith in the Joint Institute for Biological Sciences.
Smith specializes in cross-disciplinary work in computational biology, biophysics, and chemistry.
His work has focused recently on discoveries that could help neutralize chemical weapons, and on using neutron scattering to study bioremediation and protein folding.
In the News
February 2013 Scientists Solve Mercury Mystery
January 2013 Synopsis: Classifying Protein Wiggles
October 2012 Oak Ridge and NVIDIA unveil Titan supercomputer
February 2011 ‘Fingerprints’ Match Molecular Simulations with Reality
June 2006 from the University of Heidelberg – Smith was the first governor’s chair appointment.
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