Teresa Head-Gordon Lab

Departments of Chemistry, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Bioengineering and Theory Pitzer Center

College of Chemistry and College of Engineering
UCB-UCSF Graduate Program in Bioengineering
Graduate Group in Biophysics
University of California, Berkeley
Chemical Sciences Division & Physical Biosciences Division
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab

(Step1, L-R) Dr. James Lincoff, Dr. Dominique Nocito, Dr. Akshaya Das, Mr. Wilfredo Balza; (Step2, L-R) Dr. Valerie Welborn, Dr. Jagna Witek; (Step3, L-R) Jerry Li and Lars Urban; (Step 4, L-R) Dr. Itai Leven, Dr. Sara Cheng, Dr. Teresa Head-Gordon, Dr. Luis Ruiz Pestana; (Step 5, L-R) Dr. Shuai Liu, Dr. Kochise Bennett

Group Photo (June 2019)

The simultaneous revolutions in energy, molecular biology, nanotechnology and advanced scientific computing, is giving rise to new interdisciplinary research opportunities at the interfaces of chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics, and computational science. The research interests of the Teresa Head-Gordon lab encompass the development of general computational models and methodologies applied to broad translational efforts including molecular liquids, macromolecular assemblies and aggregation, protein biophysics, and homogeneous and heterogeneous  catalysis and synthetic enzymes.

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