H. Lee Woodcock
H. Lee Woodcock
Office: IDRB 204
B.S., Appalachian State University, 1998
Ph.D., University of Georgia, 2003
Lenfant Biomedical Fellow (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, NIH), 2008
Career Transition Award (K22, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, NIH), 2009
Computational Chemistry / Biophysical Chemistry
The research in our lab focuses on the development and application of molecular simulation techniques to solve interesting problems that exist at the interface of chemistry, biology and medicine. I currently have two main areas of interest:
- Examination of structure, dynamics, and mechanism by simulation. Specifically, this focuses on two main areas; examination of antibiotic and inhibitor resistance mechanisms with hybrid quantum mechanical and molecular mechanical (QM/MM) methods and elucidation of carbohydrate structure and dynamics as related to energy production.
- Development of new simulation and analysis techniques. This area primarily focuses on multi-scale modeling methods, techniques for computing free energies of enzymatically catalyzed reactions, and methods for probing the normal modes of complex systems.
View our currently funded projects here.
Yuri Pevzner, Justin White
|80079||CHM 2045||005||General Chemistry I|
F 2:00pm-3:15pm is your scheduled Exam Time and your Study Session. You can register in chem lecture w/out
|93002||CHM 4970||033||Undergraduate Research|
Requires Instructor Approval S-U Only.
|93400||CHM 6971||033||Thesis: Master's|
|93403||CHM 6973||033||Directed Research|
|93065||CHM 7820||033||Directed Research|
|93418||CHM 7980||033||Dissertation: Doctoral|
Adm To Doc Candidacy Req, S-U Only