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    Research Interests

    The development and application of molecular dynamics and related computational methods to the structure, dynamics and function of proteins, particularly G protein coupled receptors (GPCRs). We have collaborated with a number of experimentalists to understand more fully the molecular details of GPCR activation, including conformational changes, interactions with G proteins and understanding the drug (un)binding pathway. Our main GPCR interests are class A and class B GPCRs, particularly those that interact with RAMPs. 

    Education/Academic qualification

    Computational Chemistry, Doctorate, University of St Andrews

    4 Dec 19824 Sep 1985

    Award Date: 2 May 1986

    Chemistry, Degree, University of St Andrews

    1 Oct 197530 Jun 1979

    Award Date: 30 Jun 1979

    External positions

    Honorary Professor, University of Essex

    20202023

    Keywords

    • QD Chemistry
    • computational chemistry
    • GPCRs
    • Molecular Dynamics
    • drug design
    • Molecular Modelling
    • Homology Modelling
    • Docking

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