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Jeremy Smith

Governor’s Chair for Molecular Biophysics

Jeremy Smith performs research at the interface of biological, environmental, physical, computational, and neutron sciences.

His work has focused recently on discoveries that could help neutralize chemical weapons, and on using neutron scattering to study bioremediation and protein folding.

His goal is to study and understand the function of biologically relevant molecular systems by employing high-performance computer simulations in combination with biophysical experiments.

Smith is director of the UT/Oak Ridge National Laboratory Center for Molecular Biophysics. He also works with the Joint Institute for Biological Sciences.

Bio Pages

Department of Biochemistry, Cellular, and Molecular Biology

Genome Science & Technology

Center for Molecular Biophysics

In the News

June 2014 UT, ORNL Scientists’ Discoveries Could Help Neutralize Chemical Weapons

June 2014 UT Researchers Use Computers for Drug Research

October 2013 UT Receives Funding from Intel to Push Supercomputing Limits, Establish Center

October 2013 Science On Shaky Ground As Automatic Budget Cutbacks Drag On

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

October 2009 UT Knoxville and ORNL Researchers Reveal Key To How Bacteria Clear Mercury Pollution

Appointed

June 2006 from the University of Heidelberg – Smith was the first governor’s chair appointment.

Jeremy Smith

Contact Info

E-mail
UT jsmit199@utk.edu
ORNL smithjc@ornl.gov

Phone
UT 865-974-5148
ORNL 865-574-9635

Address
UT
M407 Walters Life Sciences Building
1414 West Cumberland Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37996-0840

ORNL
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
PO BOX 2008 MS6309
Oak Ridge, TN 37831-6309


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