Computational Center for Biomolecular Complexes
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LEADERSHIP TEAM
Dr. Wah Chiu
Baylor College of Medicine
wah@bcm.tmc.edu
Dr. Helen Berman
berman@rcsb.rutgers.edu
The State University of New Jersey at Rutgers
Dr. Chandrajit Bajaj
bajaj@cs.utexas.edu
University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Arthur Olson
olson@scripps.edu
The Scripps Research Institute
Macromolecular complexes form the machinery responsible for most biological processes and are relevant to the understanding of many diseases such as cancer and metabolic disorders. To this end, the Computational Center for Biomolecular Complexes (CCBC), a virtual center focused on the computational aspects of specimen selection, biochemical purification, structural characterization and functional mechanism of biomolecular complexes, has been established, bringing together investigators from diverse disciplines including crystallography, electron cryomicroscopy, bioinformatics, cell biology, biochemistry, genetics, computational science, computer science and software engineering.

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Grant number: P20 RR020647
NIH Program Administrator: Dr. Greg Farber
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