1. A. Bhowmick, S. Sharma, T. Head-Gordon (2017). The importance of the scaffold for de novo enzymes. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 139(16):5793-5800 [link]
  2. L. R. Pestana, K. Kolluri, T. Head-Gordon, and L. Nielsen Lammers (2017). Direct exchange mechanism for interlayer ions in non-swelling clays. Environmental Science & Technology, 51(1), 393-400 [link]
  3. N. Mardirossian, L. Ruiz Pestana, J. C. Womack, C.-K. Skylaris, T. Head-Gordon, M. Head-Gordon (2017). On the use of the rVV10 nonlocal correlation functional in the B97M-V density functional. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 8 (1), 35–40 [link]
  4. A. Esser*, S. Belsare*, D. Marx, and T. Head-Gordon (2017). Mode specific THz spectra of solvated amino acids using the AMOEBA polarizable force field. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 19, 5579-5590 [link]
  5. A. Albaugh, A. Niklasson, and T. Head-Gordon (2017) Accurate classical polarization solution with no self-consistent field iterations. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 8, 1714-1723 [link]
  6. V. Vitale, J. Dziedzic, A. Albaugh, A. Niklasson, T. Head-Gordon, C.-K. Skylaris (2017) Performance of extended Lagrangian Schemes for molecular dynamics simulations with classical polarizable force fields and density functional theory. J. Chem. Phys. 146, 124115 [link]
  7. A. C. Carr, L. E. Felberg, V. A. Piunova, J. E. Rice, T. Head-Gordon, W. C. Swope (2017). The effect of hydrophobic core topology and composition on the structure and kinetics of star polymers, a molecular dynamics study. J. Chem. Theory Comput. 121 (13), 2902-2918 [link]
  8. L. E. Felberg, D. H. Brookes, E. Jurrus, N. Baker, and T. Head-Gordon (2017). PB-AM: An open-source, fully analytical linear Poisson-Boltzmann solver. J. Comp. Chem. (Brooks Festschrift) 38 (15), 1275-1282 [link]
  9. L. Ruiz Pestana, N. Mardirossian, M. Head-Gordon, T. Head-Gordon (2017). Ab Initio simulations of liquid water using high quality meta-GGA functionals. Chem. Sci., 8, 3554 – 3565, Edge article [link]
  10. L.-P. Wang, K. A. McKiernan, J. Gomes, K. A. Beauchamp, T. Head-Gordon, J. E. Rice, W. C. Swope, T. J. Martinez, V. S. Pande (2017) Building a more predictive protein force field: a systematic and reproducible route to AMBER-FB15. J. Phys. Chem. BJ. Phys. Chem. B 121 (16), 4023–4039. [link]
  11. Y. Mao, Y. Shao, J. Dziedzic, C.-K. Skylaris, T. Head-Gordon, M. Head-Gordon (2017). Performance of the AMOEBA water model in the vicinity of QM solutes: a diagnosis using energy decomposition analysis. J. Chem. Phys. In press.
  12.  S. Sasmal, J. Lincoff, and T. Head-Gordon (2017). Effect of a paramagnetic spin label on the intrinsically disordered peptide ensemble of amyloid-b.  Biophys. J. In press.
  13. O. N. Demerdash, Y. Mao, T. Liu, M. Head-Gordon, T. Head-Gordon (2017). Assessing many-body contributions to intermolecular interactions of the AMOEBA force field using energy decomposition analysis of electronic structure calculations. J. Chem. Phys. In press.
  14.  L. E. Felberg, L. Ruiz Pestana, T. Head-Gordon (2017). Coexistence of multilayered phases of nanoconfined water: the importance of flexible confining surfaces. Submitted
  15. L. R. Pestana, N. Minnetian, L. Nielsen Lammers, T. Head-Gordon, (2017). Dynamical inversion of the energy landscape promotes non-equilibrium self-assembly of binary mixtures. Submitted
  16. E. Jurrus, D. Engel, K. Star, K. Monson, J. Brandi, L. E. Felberg, D.H. Brookes, L. Wilson, J. Chen, K. Liles, M. Chun, P. Li, T. Dolinsky, R. Konecny, D. Koes, J. E. Nielsen, T. Head-Gordon, W. Geng, R. Krasny, M. Gunner, G.-W. Wei, M. J. Holst, J. A. McCammon, N. A. Baker (2017). Improvements to the APBS biomolecular solvation software suite. Protein Sci. Submitted.
  17. A. Albaugh and T. Head-Gordon (2017). A New Method for Treating Drude Polarization in Classical Molecular Simulation. J. Chem. Theory Comput. Submitted
  18. S. Belsare, V. Pattni, M. Heyden, and T. Head-Gordon (2017). Solvent Entropy Contributions to Catalytic Activity in Designed and Optimized Kemp Eliminases. J. Phys. Chem. B (Ken Dill Festschrift), Submitted
  19.  T. Head-Gordon, S. Xantheas, L.-P. Wang (2017). Advanced Models for Water Simulations. WIREs Computational Molecular Science, Submitted.
  20. O. N. Demerdash and T. Head-Gordon (2016). Parallel implementation of approximate atomistic models of the AMOEBA polarizable model. Chem. Phys. Lett. 664, 191–198 [link]
  21. J. Lincoff, S. Sasmal, and T. Head-Gordon (2016). Comparing generalized ensemble methods for sampling of systems with many degrees of freedom. J. Chem. Phys. 145(17), 174107  [link]
  22. Y. Mao*,O. N. Demerdash*, M. Head-Gordon, T. Head-Gordon (2016). Assessing water-water and ion-water interactions in the AMOEBA force field using energy decomposition analysis of electronic structure calculations. J. Chem. Theory Comput. 12 (11), 5422–5437 [link]
  23. S. Sasmal, N. Schwierz, and T. Head-Gordon (2016). Mechanism of Nucleation and Growth for Different Monomer Ensemble Additions to Aβ40 Alzheimer’s Disease Fibrils. J. Phys. Chem. B. 120, 12088−12097 [link]
  24. L. E. Felberg, A. Carr, J. E. Rice, W. C. Swope, T. Head-Gordon (2016). The role of the core architecture for determining star polymer physical properties. Submitted.
  25. L. E. Felberg, A. Doshi, G. L. Hura, J. Sly, V. A. Plunova, R. Miller, J. E. Rice, W. C. Swope, T. Head-Gordon (2016). Controlling the structural transition of polymers with pH using chemical composition and star polymer architecture. Mol. Phys. In Press.
  26. D. H. Brookes and T. Head-Gordon (2016). Experimental inferential structure determination of ensembles for intrinsically disordered proteins J. Am. Chem. Soc. 138(13), 4530-4538 [link]
  27. A. Bhowmick, S. Sharma,  H. Honma, T. Head-Gordon (2016). The role of side chain entropy and mutual information for improving the de novo design of Kemp Eliminases KE07 and KE70. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 18, 19386 [link]
  28. O. N. Demerdash and T. Head-Gordon (2016). Electrostatic embedding schemes for the many-body approximation of classical polarizable models.  J. Chem. Theory Comput. 12 (8), 3884–3893 [link]
  29. Y. Mao, P. R. Horn, N. Mardirossian, C.-K. Skylaris, T. Head-Gordon, M. Head-Gordon (2016). Approaching the basis set limit for DFT calculations using an environment-adapted minimal basis with perturbation theory: Formulation, proof of concept, and a pilot implementation.  J. Chem. Phys. 145, 044109. [link]
  30. A. Bhowmick*, D. H. Brookes*, M. S. R. Yost*, H. J. Dyson, J. Forman-Kay, D. Gunter, M. Head-Gordon, G. L. Hura, V. S. Pande, D. E. Wemmer, P. E. Wright, T. Head-Gordon (2016). Finding our way in the dark proteome. J. Am. Chem. Soc. (Perspective) 138 (31), 9730–9742 [link]
  31. A. Albaugh*, R. Bradshaw*, O. N. Demerdash*, J. Dziedzic*, Y. Mao*, D. T. Marguly*, Q. Zeng*, H. A. Boateng, D. Case, P. Eastman, J. Essex, M. Head-Gordon, V. S. Pande, J. Ponder, Y. Shao, J. Swails*, C.-K. Skylaris, I. T. Todorov, M. E. Tuckerman, T. Head-Gordon (2016). Advanced potential energy surfaces and software for molecular simulation. J. Phys. Chem. B (Feature article) 120 (37), 9811–9832. [link]
  32. J. Dziedzic, Y. Mao, Y. Shao, J. Ponder, T. Head-Gordon, M. Head-Gordon, C.-K. Skylaris (2016). TINKTEP: A fully self-consistent QM/polarizable-MM approach based on the AMOEBA force field. J. Chem. Phys. 145, 124106 [link]
  33. A. Albaugh, O. N. Demerdash, and T. Head-Gordon (2015). An efficient and stable hybrid extended lagrangian/self-consistent field scheme for solving classical mutual induction. J. Chem. Phys. 143, 174104 [link]
  34. S. Sharma, T. Armand, K. A. Ball, A. Chen, J. Pelton, D. Wemmer, and T. Head-Gordon (2015). A facile method for expression and purification of 15N-isotope labeled human Alzheimer’s β-amyloid peptides from E. coli for NMR-based structural analysis. Protein Expr. Purif. 116, 82-89 [link]
  35. D. H. Brookes and T. Head-Gordon (2015). The family of oxygen-oxygen radial distribution functions for water. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 6 (15), 2938-2943 [link]
  36.  M. Laury, L.-P. Wang, V. S. Pande, T. Head-Gordon, J.  Ponder (2015). Revised parameters for the AMOEBA polarizable atomic multipole water model.  J. Phys. Chem. B (Branka Ladanyi Festschrift) 119 (29), 9423-9437 [link]
  37. A. Bhowmick and T. Head-Gordon (2015). A Monte Carlo method for generating side chain structural ensembles. Structure. 23(1):44-55. [link]
  38. L. E. Felberg, D. H. Brookes, J. E. Rice, T. Head-Gordon, and W. Swope (2015). Role of hydrophilicity and length of diblock arms for determining star polymer physical properties. J. Phys. Chem. B (William Jorgensen Festschrift)119 (3), 944–957 [link]
  39. E. Yedvabny, P. S. Nerenberg, C. So, T. Head-Gordon (2015). The disordered structural ensembles of vasopressin and oxytocin and their mutants J. Phys. Chem. B (William Jorgensen Festschrift)119(3):896-905 [link]
  40. O. N. Demerdash, E.-H. Yap and T. Head-Gordon (2014). Advanced potential energy surfaces for condensed phase simulation.  Ann. Rev. Phys. Chem. 65, 149-174 [link]
  41. T. Head-Gordon and J. E. Rice (2014). Tribute to William C. Swope. J. Phys. Chem. B 118 (24) 6357-6359 [link]
  42. K. A. Ball, D. E. Wemmer & T. Head-Gordon (2014). Comparison of structure determination methods for intrinsically disordered amyloid-β peptides J. Phys. Chem. B (William Swope Festschrift) 118 (24), 6405–6416 [link].
  43.  T. Vazina, K. A. Ball, H. Lu, T. Head-Gordon, M-M. Poo, D. V. Schaffer (2014). Efficient derivation of cortical glutamatergic neurons from human pluripotent stem cells: A model to study Alzheimer’s disease. Neurobiology of Disesase, 62, 62-72 [link]
  44. E.-H. Yap and T. Head-Gordon (2013). Calculating the biomolecular rate of protein-protein association under crowding conditions  J. Chem. Theory Comput. 9 (5), 2481-2489 [link]
  45. N. Liguori, P. S. Nerenberg, T. Head-Gordon (2013). Reactive Aβ42 N-terminal exposure depends on age-dependent cholesterol asymmetries. Biophys. J. 105 (4), 899-910 [link]
  46. K. A. Ball, A. Phillips, D. E. Wemmer & T. Head-Gordon (2013). Differences in β−strand populations of monomeric Aβ40 and Aβ42. Biophys. J. 104 (12), 2714-2724 (Cover art) [link]
  47. L.-P. Wang, T. Head-Gordon, J. Ponder, P. Ren, J. Chodera, T. Martinez, V. S. Pande (2013) A systematic improvement on the classical molecular model of water. J. Phys. Chem. B. 117 (34), 9956-9972 [link]
  48. D. J. Wales and T. Head-Gordon (2012). Evolution of the potential energy landscape with static pulling force for two model proteins. J. Phys. Chem. B 116 (29), 8394–8411 [link]
  49. T. Head-Gordon, R. M. Lynden-Bell, J. Dowdle, P. J. Rossky (2012). Predicting solubility of hard spheres: How far is the Gaussian approximation valid?  Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys 14 (19), 6996 – 7004. [link]
  50. P. S. Nerenberg, B. Jo, C. So, A. Tripathy, T. Head-Gordon (2012). Optimizing Solute-Water van der Waals Interactions to Reproduce Solvation Free Energies. J. Phys. Chem. B 116 (15), 4524–4534 [link]
  51. R. M. Lynden-Bell, N. Giovambattista, P. G. Debenedetti, T. Head-Gordon, P. J. Rossky (2011). Hydrogen bond strength and network effects on hydration of nonpolar molecules. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 13 (7), 2748 – 2757 [link]
  52. P. S. Nerenberg & T. Head-Gordon (2011). Optimizing protein-solvent force fields to reproduce intrinsic conformational preferences of model peptides. J. Chem. Theory Comput. 7 (4), 1220-1230 [link]
  53. Daniel S. Lambrecht, Gary N. I. Clark, Teresa Head-Gordon, Martin Head-Gordon, (2011). Exploring the Rich Energy Landscape of Sulfate-Water Clusters SO4(2-) (H2O)(n=3-7): An Electronic Structure Approach. The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 115 (41), 11438-11454. [link]
  54. K. Aurelia Ball, Aaron H. Phillips, Paul S. Nerenberg, Nicolas L. Fawzi, David E. Wemmer, Teresa Head-Gordon, (2011). Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Tertiary Structure Ensembles of Amyloid-β Peptides. Biochemistry, 50 (35), 7612-7628. [link]
  55. Cheng Peng, Teresa Head-Gordon. The Dynamical Mechanism of Auto-Inhibition of AMP-Activated Protein Kinase, (2011). PLoS Computational Biology, 7 (7), e1002082. [link]
  56. Daniel S. Lambrecht, Gary N. I. Clark, Teresa Head-Gordon, Martin Head-Gordon (2011). Simulated Photoelectron Spectra of the Cyanide-Water Anion via Quasiclassical Molecular Dynamics. The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 115 (23), 5928-5935. [link]
  57. Matthew S. Lin, Teresa Head-Gordon, (2011). Reliable protein structure refinement using a physical energy function, Journal of Computational Chemistry, 32(4), 709-717. [link]
  58. Paul S. Nerenberg, Teresa Head-Gordon (2011). Optimizing Protein−Solvent Force Fields to Reproduce Intrinsic Conformational Preferences of Model Peptides, Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 7 (4), 1220-1230. [link]
  59. R. M. Lynden-Bell, N. Giovambattista, P. G. Debenedetti, T. Head-Gordon and P. J. Rossky, (2011). Hydrogen bond strength and network structure effects on hydration of non-polar molecules. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys, 13, 2748-2757. [link]
  60. Cheng Peng, Liqing Zhang, Teresa Head-Gordon, (2010). Instantaneous Normal Modes as an Unforced Reaction Coordinate for Protein Conformational Transitions, Biophysical Journal, 98(10), 2356-2364 [link]
  61. Eng-Hui Yap, Teresa Head-Gordon, (2010). New and Efficient Poisson−Boltzmann Solver for Interaction of Multiple Proteins, Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 6 (7), 2214-2224. [link]
  62. Gary N. I. Clark, Greg L. Hura, Jose Teixeira, Alan K. Soper, and Teresa Head-Gordon (2010). Small-angle scattering and the structure of ambient liquid water. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 107 (32) 14003-14007. [link]
  63. Gary N. I. Clark, Christopher D. Cappa, Jared D. Smith, Richard J. Saykally Teresa Head-Gordon (2010). The structure of ambient water. Molecular Physics: An International Journal at the Interface Between Chemistry and Physics, 108(11), 1415-1433 [link]
  64. Alex J. Sodt, Teresa Head-Gordon (2010). Driving Forces for Transmembrane [alpha]-Helix Oligomerization, Biophysical Journal, 99(1), 227-237. [link]
  65. Alex J. Sodt and Teresa Head-Gordon (2010). An implicit solvent coarse-grained lipid model with correct stress profile J. Chem. Phys. 132, 205103. [link]
  66. Kohn JE, Afonine PV, Ruscio JZ, Adams PD, Head-Gordon T, (2010). Evidence of Functional Protein Dynamics from X-Ray Crystallographic Ensembles. PLoS Comput Biol 6(8). [link]
  67. Jay W. Ponder, Chuanjie Wu, Pengyu Ren, Vijay S. Pande, John D. Chodera, Michael J. Schnieders, Imran Haque, David L. Mobley, Daniel S. Lambrecht, Robert A. DiStasio Jr., Martin Head-Gordon, Gary N. I. Clark, Margaret E. Johnson, Teresa Head-Gordon (2010). Current Status of the AMOEBA Polarizable Force Field. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B,114 (8), 2549-2564. [link]
  68. A. K. Soper, J. Teixeira, and T. Head-Gordon, (2010). Is ambient water inhomogeneous on the nanometer-length scale? PNAS, 107 (12). [link]
  69. J. Z. Ruscio, N. L. Fawzi, and T. Head-Gordon (2010). How hot? Systematic convergence of the replica exchange method using multiple reservoirs. J. Comp. Chem, 31(3), 620-627. [link]
  70. M. E. Johnson, C. Malardier-Jugroot, and T. Head-Gordon (2009). Effects of co-solvents on peptide hydration water structure and dynamics Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. [link].
  71. C. Malardier-Jugroot, D. T. Bowron, A. K. Soper, M. E. Johnson and T. Head-Gordon (2009). Structure and water dynamics of aqueous peptide solutions in the presence of co-solvents Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 12, 382-392 [link]
  72. J. Z. Ruscio, J. E. Kohn, K. A. Ball, T. Head-Gordon (2009). The influence of protein dynamics on the success of computational enzyme design. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 113 ,14111-15. [link]
  73. M. E. Johnson and T. Head-Gordon (2009). Assessing thermodynamic theories of liquid dynamics. J. Chem. Phys. 130 , 214510. [link]
  74. M. E. Johnson, C. Malardier-Jugroot, R. K. Murarka, and T. Head-Gordon (2009). Hydration water dynamics near biological interfaces. J. Phys. Chem. B 113 , 4082–4092. [link]
  75. T. Head-Gordon (2008). Spotlight on “Polypeptide friction and adhesion on hydrophobic and hydrophilic surfaces: a molecular dynamics study” J. Am. Chem. Soc. [link]
  76. C. Malardier-Jugroot, M.E. Johnson, R.K. Murarka, and T. Head-Gordon (2008). Aqueous peptides as experimental models for hydration water dynamics near protein surfaces Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 10 , 4303-4308. [link]
  77. N. Lux Fawzi, E. H. Yap, Y. Okabe, K. Kohlstedt, S. P. Brown & T. Head-Gordon (2008). Contrasting disease and non-disease protein aggregation by molecular simulation Acc. Chem. Research 41 , 1037-1047. [link]
  78. N. Lux Fawzi, A. Phillips, J. Z. Ruscio, M. Doucleff, D. E. Wemmer & T. Head-Gordon (2008). Structure and dynamics of the Alzheimer’s Abeta21-30 peptide from the interplay of NMR experiments and simulation J. Am. Chem. Soc. 130 , 6145-6158. [link]
  79. T. Head-Gordon & R. M. Lynden-Bell (2008). Hydrophobic solvation of Gay Berne particles in modified water models. J. Chem. Phys. 128 , 104506-104512. [link]
  80. N. L. Fawzi, K. Kohlstedt, Y. Okabe, and T. Head-Gordon (2008). Protofibril assemblies of the Arctic, Dutch, and Flemish mutants of the Alzheimer’ss Abeta1-40 peptide. Biophys. J. 94 , 2007-2016. [link]
  81. M. S. Lin and T. Head-Gordon (2008). Improved energy selection of native-like loops from protein loop decoys. J. Chem. Theo. Comp. (Cover article) 4 , 515-521. [link]
  82. R. K. Murarka and T. Head-Gordon (2008). Dielectric relaxation of aqueous solutions of amphiphilic and hydrophilic peptides. J. Phys. Chem. B 112 , 179-186. [link]
  83. E.-H. Yap, N. Lux Fawzi & T. Head-Gordon (2008). A coarse-grained α−carbon protein model with anisotropic hydrogen-bonding. Proteins, Struct. Func. Bioinformatics70, 626-638. [link]
  84. R. K. Murarka and T. Head-Gordon (2007). Single particle and collective hydration dynamics of hydrophobic and hydrophilic peptides.  J. Chem. Phys. 126, 215101-215109. [link]
  85. M. S. Lin, N. L. Fawzi, and T. Head-Gordon (2007).  Hydrophobic potential of mean force as a solvent function for protein structure prediction.  Structure 15, 727-740. [link]
  86. M. E. Johnson, T. Head-Gordon, A. A. Louis (2007). Representability problems for coarse-grained water models. J. Chem. Phys. 126, 144509-144519. [link]
  87. C. Malardier-Jugroot and T. Head-Gordon (2007). Separable cooperative and localized translational motions of confined water. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 9, 1962-1971. [link]
  88. T. Head-Gordon and S. Rick (2007). Consequences of chain networks on thermodynamic, dielectric and structural properties for liquid water. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 8, 83-91. [link] Also see discussion in Hot Topics: [link]
  89. N. Lux Fawzi, Y. Okabe, E.-H. Yap & T. Head-Gordon (2007). Fibril stability and elongation studies of the Alzheimer’s Aβ1-40 peptide. J. Mol. Biol. 365, 535-550. [link]
  90. R. M. Lynden-Bell and T. Head-Gordon (2006). Solvation in modified water models:     toward understanding hydrophobic solvation. Mol. Phys. 104, 3593-3605. [link]
  91. T. Head-Gordon and ME Johnson (2006). Tetrahedral structure or chains for liquid water. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 103, 7973-7977. [pdf] Also see Nature Highlight: [link]
  92. I. Lotan and T. Head-Gordon (2006). An analytical electrostatic model for salt screened interactions between multiple proteins. J. Chem. Theory Comp. 2, 541-555 [link]
  93. N. Marianayagam, N. Fawzi & T. Head-Gordon (2005). Protein folding by distributed computing and the denatured state ensemble. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 102, 16684-16689 [pdf]
  94. D. Russo, R. K. Murarka, J. R.D. Copley, T. Head-Gordon (2005). Molecular view of water dynamics near model peptides.  J. Phys. Chem. B 109, 12966-12975 [link]
  95. N. Fawzi, V. Chubukov, L.A. Clark, S. Brown & T. Head-Gordon (2005). Influence of denatured and intermediate states of folding on protein aggregation. Protein Science 14, 993-1003 [link]
  96. D. Russo, R. K. Murarka, G. Hura, E. R. Verschell, J. R.D. Copley, & T. Head-Gordon (2004).  Evidence for anomalous hydration dynamics near a model hydrophobic peptide. J. Phys. Chem. B. 108, 19885-19893 [link]
  97. E. Eskow, B. Bader, R. Byrd, S. Crivelli, T. Head-Gordon, V. Lamberti and R. Schnabel (2004).  An optimization approach to the problem of protein structure prediction. Mathematical Programming 101, 497-514 [pdf]
  98. H. W. Horn, W. C. Swope, J. W. Pitera, J. D. Madura, T. J. Dick, Greg Hura, T. Head-Gordon (2004). Development of an improved four-site water model for biomolecular simulations: TIP4P-Ew. J. Chem. Phys. 120, 9665-9678. [link]
  99. S. Brown & T. Head-Gordon (2004). Intermediates in the folding of proteins L and G. Protein Sci. 13, 958-970. [link]
  100. D. Russo, G. Hura, & T. Head-Gordon (2004). Hydration dynamics near a model protein surface. Biophys. J. 86, 1852-1862  [link]
  101. S. Crivelli & T. Head-Gordon (2004). A new load balancing strategy for the solution of dynamical large tree search problems using a hierarchical approach. IBM R&D Journal 48, 153-160. [link]
  102. S. Brown, N. Fawzi, & T. Head-Gordon (2003). Coarse-grained sequences for protein folding and design. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci 100, 10712-10717 [pdf]
  103. T. Head-Gordon & S. Brown (2003). Minimalist models for protein folding and design. Curr. Opin. Struct. Biol. 13, 160-167. [pdf]
  104. G. Hura, D. Russo, R.M. Glaeser, M. Krack, M. Parrinello, and T. Head-Gordon (2003). Water structure as a function of temperature from x-ray scattering experiments and ab initio molecular dynamics. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 5, 1981-1991. [link]
  105. S. Brown & T. Head-Gordon (2003). Cool-walking: a new markov chain monte carlo sampling method. J. Comp. Chem. PAK Symposium 24, 68-76.  [pdf]
  106. T. Head-Gordon and G. Hura (2002). Water Structure from scattering experiments and simulation. Chemical Reviews 102, 2651-2670. [link]
  107. S. J. Zhong, V. Dadarlat, T. Head-Gordon, R. m. Glaeser & K. Downing (2002). Modeling chemical bonding effects for protein electron crystallography. Acta. Cryst. A58, 162-170. [pdf]
  108. J. M. Sorenson & T. Head-Gordon (2002). Protein engineering study of Protein L by Simulation. J. Comp. Biol. 9, 35-54. [pdf]
  109. T. Head-Gordon, G. Hura, J. Sorenson,, R.M. Glaeser (2002). Pure water structure and hydration forces for protein folding, in V. V. Brazhkin. S. V. Buldyrev, V. N. Ryzhov, and H. E. Stanley, eds., New Kinds of Phase Transitions: Transformations in Disordered Substances Kluwer, Dordrecht, V. 8, 403-415.
  110. J. M. Sorenson & T. Head-Gordon (2002). Toward minimalist models of larger proteins: a ubiquitin-like protein. Proteins: Structure, Function, Genetics 46, 368-379. [link]
  111. S. Crivelli, E. Eskow, B. Bader, V. Lamberti, R. Byrd, R. Schnabel & T. Head-Gordon (2002). A physical approach to protein structure prediction. Biophys. J. 82, 36-49. [link]
  112. T. Head-Gordon and J. Wooley (2001). Computational challenges in structural and functional genomics. IBM Systems Journal: Deep Computing in the Life Sciences 40, 265-296. [pdf]
  113. C. P. Hsu, G. R. Fleming, M. Head-Gordon, and T. Head-Gordon (2001). Excitation energy transfer in condensed media. J. Chem. Phys. 114, 3065-3072 [pdf]
  114. J. M. Sorenson & T. Head-Gordon (2000). Matching simulation and experiment: a new simplified model for simulating protein folding. J. Comp. Bio. 7, 469-481.[pdf]
  115. G. Hura, J. Sorenson, R.M. Glaeser & T. Head-Gordon (2000). A high-quality x-ray scattering experiment on liquid water at ambient conditions. J. Chem. Phys. 113, 9140-9148.[link]
  116. J. Sorenson, G. Hura, R.M. Glaeser & T. Head-Gordon (2000). What can x-ray scattering tell us about the radial distribution functions of water? J. Chem. Phys 113, 9149-9161. [link]
  117. A. Azmi, R. H. Byrd, E. Eskow, R. Schnabel, S. Crivelli, T. M. Philip, T. Head-Gordon (2000). Predicting protein tertiary structure using a global optimization algorithm with smoothing. Optimization in Computational Chemistry and Molecular Biology: Local and Global Approaches, C. A. Floudas and P. M. Pardalos, editors (Kluwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands), 1-18.
  118. S. Crivelli, T. M. Philip, R. Byrd, E. Eskow, R. Schnabel, R. C. Yu, T. Head-Gordon (2000). A global optimization strategy for predicting protein tertiary structure: α−helical proteins. Comp. & Chem 24, 489-497 [pdf]
  119. S. Crivelli, T. Head-Gordon, R. H. Byrd, E. Eskow, R. Schnabel (1999). A hierarchical approach for parallelization of a global optimization method for protein structure prediction. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Euro-Par ’99, P. Amestoy, P. Berger, M. Dayde, I. Duff, V. Fraysse, L. Giraud, D. Ruiz (eds.), pg. 578-585.[]
  120. G. Hura, J. M. Sorenson, R. M. Glaeser & T. Head-Gordon (1999). Solution x-ray scattering as a probe of hydration-dependent structuring of aqueous solutions. Perspectives in Drug Discovery and Design 17, 97-118. [pdf]
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  122. C. P. Hsu, M. Head-Gordon & T. Head-Gordon (1999). Reaction field cavity optimization: A born-again Born model for ionic hydration. J. Chem. Phys. 111, 9700-9704. [link]
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  125. S. Chang, T. Head-Gordon, R. M. Glaeser & K. Downing (1999). Chemical bonding effects in the determination of protein structures by electron crystallography. Acta. Cryst. A55, 305-313. [pdf]
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  127. J. M. Sorenson & T. Head-Gordon (1998). The importance of hydration for the kinetics and thermodynamics of protein folding: simplified lattice models. Fold & Design 3, 523-534.
  128. T. Head-Gordon, J. M. Sorenson, A. Pertsemlidis & R. M. Glaeser (1997). Differences in hydration structure near hydrophobic and hydrophilic amino acid side chains. Biophys. J. 73, 2106-2115[link]
  129. A. Pertsemlidis, A. M. Saxena, A. K. Soper, T. Head-Gordon & R. M. Glaeser (1996). Direct, structural evidence for modified solvent structure within the hydration shell of a hydrophobic amino acid. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 93, 10769-10774. [pdf]
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  135. H.S. Shang & T. Head-Gordon (1994). Stabilization of helices in glycine  and alanine dipeptides in a reaction field model of solvent. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 116, 1528-1532. [pdf]
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  137. M. Head-Gordon & T. Head-Gordon (1994). Analytic MP2 frequencies without fifth-order  storage. Theory and application to bifurcated hydrogen bonds in the water hexamer. Chem. Phys. Lett. 220, 122-128 [link]
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  141. T. Head-Gordon & F.H. Stillinger (1993). Predicting polypeptide and protein structures from amino acid sequence: antlion method applied to melittin. Biopolymers 33, 293-303.
  142. T. Head-Gordon & F.H. Stillinger (1993). An orientational perturbation theory for pure liquid water. J. Chem. Phys. 98, 3313-3327.
  143. T. Head-Gordon, F.H. Stillinger, M.H. Wright, & D.M. Gay (1992). Poly-L-alanine as a universal reference material for understanding protein energies and structures. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 89, 11513-17. [pdf]
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  145. T. Head-Gordon & F.H. Stillinger (1992). Enthalpy of knotted polypeptides. J. Phys. Chem. 96, 7796-7807.
  146. T. Head-Gordon & C.L. Brooks (1991). Virtual rigid body dynamics. Biopolymers 31, 77-100.
  147. T. Head-Gordon, M. Head-Gordon, M.J. Frisch, C.L. Brooks & J.A. Pople (1991). Theoretical study of blocked glycine and alanine dipeptide analogues. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 113, 5989-5997.
  148. T. Head-Gordon, F.H. Stillinger & J. Arrecis (1991). A strategy for finding classes of minima on a hypersurface: implications for neural network approaches to the protein folding problem. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 88, 11076-11080. [pdf]
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  150. T. Head-Gordon & C. L. Brooks (1988). Evaluation of simple model descriptions of the diffusional association rate for enzyme-ligand systems. J. Phys. Chem. 93, 490.
  151. T. Head-Gordon & C.L. Brooks (1987). The role of electrostatics in the binding of small ligands to enzymes. J. Phys. Chem. 91, 3342-3349.
  152. A.B. Anderson, T.L. Gordon & M.E. Kenney (1985). Electronic and redox properties of stacked-ring silicon pthalocyanines from molecular orbital theory. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 107, 192-195.
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