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Collaborators

Here, we define collaborator as a PI we have at least one publication shared with. Many more collaborations are currently on-going. We are very fortunate to work with the best of the best, and we are grateful for their time, energy and wisdom.

We are a proud member of:

 

Texas Advanced Computing Center at UT Austin is a world leader in high-performance computing. Scientists at TACC built 'Stampede' – one of the most powerful supercomputers
in the world.
Collaboration with TACC is
vital for our research,
and we are indebted to TACC staff for support.
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Joseph P. Albanesi University of Texas Southwestern
Richard G. W. Anderson University of Texas Southwestern
L. Aravind NCBI, NLM, NIH
Irina Artsimovitch Ohio State University
Haydn L. Ball University of Texas Southwestern
David Baker University of Washington, Seattle
Rhonda Bassel-Duby University of Texas Southwestern
Doina Bein The Pennsylvania State University
Oliver Billker Imperial College London
Sven Bogdan University of Münster
Dominika Borek University of Texas Southwestern
Chad A. Brautigam University of Texas Southwestern
Michael S. Brown University of Texas Southwestern
James Brugarolas University of Texas Southwestern
Richard Bruick University of Texas Southwestern
Zhijian "James" Chen University of Texas Southwestern
Yuh Min Chook University of Texas Southwestern
Jonathan C. Cohen University of Texas Southwestern
Rhiju Das Stanford University
J. Michael DiMaio University of Texas Southwestern
Jack A. Dixon University of California, San Diego
Christine K. Garcia University of Texas Southwestern
K. Christopher Garcia Stanford University
Kevin H. Gardner City University of New York
Krzysztof Ginalski University of Warsaw, Poland
Vadim N. Gladyshev Harvard Medical School
Adam Godzik Sanford-Burnham Institute
Elizabeth J. Goldsmith University of Texas Southwestern
Joseph L. Goldstein University of Texas Southwestern
Joel M. Goodman University of Texas Southwestern
Osnat Herzberg IBBR, University of Maryland
Helen H. Hobbs University of Texas Southwestern
Lily J. Huang University of Texas Southwestern
Jay D. Horton University of Texas Southwestern
Tim Hubbard King's College London
Daniel H. Janzen University of Pennsylvania
Eugene V. Koonin NCBI, NLM, NIH
Beth Levine University of Texas Southwestern
Olivier Lichtarge Baylor College of Medicine
Qinghua Liu University of Texas Southwestern
Mischa Machius University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Joao Pedro de Magalhaes University of Liverpool, UK
Steven L. McKnight University of Texas Southwestern
Hamid Mirzaei University of Texas Southwestern
Eric N. Olson University of Texas Southwestern
Kim Orth University of Texas Southwestern
Zbyszek Otwinowski University of Texas Southwestern
Andrei L. Osterman Sanford-Burnham Institute
Margaret A. Phillips University of Texas Southwestern
Luke M. Rice University of Texas Southwestern
Jose Rizo-Rey University of Texas Southwestern
Nadia Raffaelli Università Politecnica delle Marche
Dmitry A. Rodionov Sanford-Burnham Institute
Michael K. Rosen University of Texas Southwestern
Randall L. Rosenblatt University of Texas Southwestern
Leszek Rychlewski BioInfoBank Institute, Poznan, Poland
Somasekar Seshagiri Genentech
Torsten Schwede University of Basel
Eugene I. Shakhnovich Harvard University
Michael Shiloh University of Texas Southwestern
William J. Snell University of Texas Southwestern
Daron M Standley Osaka University
Thomas C. Sudhof Stanford University
Sara A. Teichmann MRC, Cambridge, U.K.
Diana Tomchick University of Texas Southwestern
Fernando Torres University of Texas Southwestern
Hensin Tsao Harvard Medical School
Dmitry G. Vassylyev The University of Alabama at Birmingham
Xiaodong Wang National Institute of Biological Sciences, Beijing
Thomas M. Wilkie University of Texas Southwestern
Ian A. Wilson The Scripps Research Institute
Xiao-Song Xie University of Texas Southwestern
Chao Xing University of Texas Southwestern
Hong Zhang University of Texas Southwestern
Xuewu Zhang University of Texas Southwestern
YingMing Zhao University of Chicago
Yaoqi Zhou Indiana University

By the nature of our work, since we like to predict various properties of proteins, we are involved in many collaborations. We enjoy looking at strange and unusual proteins: sequences with unknown spatial structure, 3D structures with unknown function, clinically important mutations of unknown meaning. It happens that we can tell something practically useful about them.

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