Perceptions: Center for higher learning
Oxford University, UK, 1994-1998.
Post-doctoral research (Computational biophysics)
National Institutes of Health, 1998-2003.
Assistant research professor (Theoretical thermodynamics)
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 2003-2010.
Adjunct faculty (Biophysics)
Washington University, St Louis, 2010.
For the about past 20 years:
Researched and taught in broad areas of
biophysics, including theoretical thermodynamics, molecular mechanics, drug design, mathematical biology and on how the
laws of physics are implemented
in biology at atomic levels. The scientific articles on these topics can be accessed
from the Publications link below.
Provided training and conducted courses on current topics such as Protein electrostatics and thermodynamics of protein structure, function and interactions.
"Until recently I researched in the fields of biophysics, basically on how the laws of physics are implemented in biological systems toward understanding molecular processes in atomic details. After coming across of how beautifully mathematics and physics lead us to the ultimate reality I realized that there is nothing else I can do than to learn more about the intricacies of the all-encompassing universe from the perspectives that the physical sciences offer."
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