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Paul Robustelli 

Principal Investigator

Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Neukom Faculty Cluster of Computational Science

Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology

Dartmouth College

B.A. Pomona College 

Ph.D. University of Cambridge

(Advisor: Michele Vendruscolo)

NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, Columbia University

(Advisor: Arthur G. Palmer III)

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Jaya Krishna Koneru

Postdoctoral Fellow

Integrated M.Sc. in Physics, University of Hyderabad, India
Ph.D. in Physics, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Hyderabad, India
Advisor: Jagannath Mondal

Thesis title: Understanding bio-molecular recognition of various biological systems.


JK is  developing molecular simulation methods to study the interactions between small molecules and intrinsically disordered proteins 

 
Jaya.Krishna.Koneru@dartmouth.edu

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Jiaqi Zhu

3rd Year Graduate Student

B.S. in Chemistry, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China

Jiaqi studies the interactions of IDPs with small molecule drugs using molecular simulations.  

Jiaqi.Zhu.GR@dartmouth.edu

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Kaushik Borthakur 

2nd Year Graduate Student

B.Sc in Chemistry, Gauhati University, Assam, India
M.Sc in Chemistry, Tezpur University, Tezpur, India

Kaushik is using maximum-entropy methods to integrate biophysical data with molecular simulations

Kaushik.Borthakur.GR@dartmouth.edu

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Tommy Sisk

1st Year Graduate Student

B.S in Chemistry, Loyola University Chicago


Tommy is using Markov State Models and machine learning methods to characterize the conformational ensembles and molecular recognition events of disordered proteins.

Thomas.R.Sisk.GR@dartmouth.edu

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Vaishnavi Katragadda

Undergraduate Researcher

Chemistry, Dartmouth 24'

Vaishnavi is experimentally characterizing the conformational ensembles of  intrinsically disordered proteins and the interactions between intrinsically disordered proteins and small molecule ligands

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Franklin Ruan 

Undergraduate Researcher

Computer Science, Dartmouth 24'

Franklin is applying machine learning methods to characterize the conformational ensembles of intrinsically disordered proteins