Theoretical byophysics, computational chemistry and biological physics
Computational and theoretical studies of protein folding.
Mechanisms of forced unfolding and unbinding.
Protein and peptide aggregation.
Development of novel force fields.
Mechanism of pilus growth in bacteria.
- PhD - 1996
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