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Bioinformatics Bioinformatics

Our bioinformatics research program addresses the development of pathogen diagnostics for different platforms, comparative genomics, sequencing, host-pathogen interactions, and viral evolution.

Computational Chemistry Computational Chemistry

This research uses atomistic-based models of small molecules and macromolecules to address drug-protein interactions, protein-structure predictions, protein engineering, and chemical and biological processes at membranes.

Computational Drug Design Computational Drug Design

Our efforts include applied and methodological research in structure- and ligand-based drug design, emphasizing both efficacy and pharmacological optimization of lead compounds to facilitate go/no-go decisions.

Network Science & Systems Biology Network Science & Systems Biology

This area focuses on both basic and applied research projects aimed at understanding and modeling protein-protein interactions, metabolic networks, blood coagulation, wound healing, and inflammation.

Physiological Data Modeling & Mining Physiological Data Modeling & Mining

Research in this area focuses on the development of individual-specific mathematical models and artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms for preventing non-battle injuries and optimizing casualty care.