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Alexander MacKerell Recognized for His Profound Impact in the Fields of Biomolecular Simulations and Computer-Aided Drug Discovery

Dr Alexander MacKerell, IBBR Fellow, Director of the Computer-Aided Drug Design (CADD) Center at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, and Grollman-Glick Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences at University of Maryland, Ba

KU professor aims to get rid of coronavirus

A scientist at the University of Kansas had made advances that could change the future of coronavirus.

KU lab leads research on little-studied coronavirus structure, developing antiviral treatment

LAWRENCE — Back in early 2020, University of Kansas virologist Anthony Fehr was part of a relatively small community of researchers in the world studying coronaviruses. Then the COVID-19 pandemic struck, and his niche research area exploded on a global scale.

Tilvawala, CBID Research Project Awardee, Granted New NIH U01 Award

Dr. Ronak Tilvawala (Assistant Professor, Molecular Biosciences) received a collaborative NCI U01 $3.8 M grant for the project entitled, "Engineering Native E.

KU center wins $11 million grant to continue study of infectious diseases

With New $11.35M NIH COBRE Award, KU Center continues fight against Infectious Diseases

The National Institutes of Health has re-upped its support of the Chemical Biology of Infectious Disease Center (CBID) at the University of Kansas with a five-year, $11.35 Phase II grant.

KU center wins $11 million grant to continue study of infectious diseases

The Chemical Biology of Infectious Disease Center at KU has been awarded an $11.35 million grant from the National Institutes of Health for phase two of the grant.

Hutchison awarded CBID Research Project for 2021

Justin Hutchison, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, University of Kansas, is the newest recipient of a CBID research project award.  Dr. Hutchison's project title is “Screening phage-host receptor interactions using thermal proteome profiling.

Hutchison Awarded CBID Research Project for 2021

Justin Hutchison, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, University of Kansas, is the newest recipient of a CBID research project award.

Dr. Slusky, CBID graduate, develops machine learning approach better at differentiating enzyme sites

Dr. Joanna Slusky, Associate Professor of Molecular Biosciences and CBID graduate develops a machine-learning model: Metal Activity Heuristic of Metalloprotein and Enzymatic Sites.

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