My Other Professional/Volunteer Sites
In the Press
- New Models for Powerful Flu Fighters From Existing Drugs. Tina Hesman Saey, U.S. News and World Report. 12/9/2009.
- Breakthrough Flu Drug Might Already Exist. Lauren Gravitz, Technology Review (MIT). 12/8/2009
- Blessings live in Brazil. Kate Evans, The Daily Universe (BYU). 3/8/2005.
- BYU student to graduate with double major and master’s degree, 4.0 GPA in five years. Lexi Allen, BYU News. 4/18/2005
- He’s a triple-threat guy: BYU student will pick up three degrees. Todd Hollingshead, The Salt Lake Tribune. 04/21/2005.
- Serve others, BYU graduates told. Laura Hancock, Deseret Morning News. 4/22/2005.
Software I’ve Written
- AutoClickChem: Click chemistry in silico
- AutoGrow: A genetic algorithm for chemically tractable, semi-automated protein inhibitor design
- BINANA: A novel algorithm for ligand-binding characterization
- CrystalDock: A novel approach to fragment-based drug design that draws on a large-scale database of crystallographically determined binding fragments
- HBonanza: A computer algorithm for molecular-dynamics-trajectory hydrogen-bond analysis
- LigMerge: A fast algorithm to generate models of novel potential ligands from sets of known binders
- LipidWrapper: An Algorithm for generating large-scale membrane models of arbitrary geometry
- NNScore: A neural-network scoring function for predicting small-molecule binding
- POVME: An algorithm for measuring binding-pocket volumes
- QuadMap: An algorithm for analyzing linkages affected by heterozygous translocations
- WebChem Viewer: A tool for the easy dissemination of molecular-structure and chemical-property data
- WISP: A program for rapidly identifying optimal and suboptimal allosteric pathways
Affiliated Organizations (Past and Present)
- University of California, San Diego
- National Biomedical Computation Resource
- UCSD Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Amaro Lab
- McCammon Lab
- Distributed Drug Discovery (D3)
- American Chemical Society
Family Member Sites