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Professor Edward N. Baker   Edward N. Baker (School of Biological Sciences, University of Auckland, New Zealand)
General scientific interests: biological crystallography, drug design, hydrogen bonding, structural genomics.
Detailed scientific research interests: protein structure and function, water structure.
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Professor Donald Caspar   Donald Caspar (Department of Biological Sciences, Institute of Molecular Biophysics, USA)
General scientific interests: anomalous dispersion, aperiodic crystals, biological crystallography, cryocrystallography, diffuse scattering, disorder, dynamical diffraction, electron diffraction, electron microscopy, liquid crystals, macromolecular crystallography, neutron scattering, peptides, proteins, quasicrystals, small-angle scattering, structural biology, symmetry, synchrotron radiation, viruses, X-ray diffraction, X-ray optics.
Detailed scientific research interests: amyloid cross-beta stability, virus assembly and quasi-equivalence, water structure and potein plasticity.
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 Christopher Cuff   Christopher Cuff (C & R Consulting, 188 Ross River Road, Australia)
Detailed scientific research interests: clay, clay/water interchanges in the environment, mineral, structure.
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Professor John Leslie Finney   John Leslie Finney (Department of Physics and Astronomy, University College London, United Kingdom)
General scientific interests: diffuse scattering, disorder, glasses, high pressure, hydrogen bonding, macromolecular crystallography, molecular recognition, neutron scattering, phase transitions, physical crystallography, proteins.
Detailed scientific research interests: aqueous solution, biomolecule structure and dynamics, ice structures, non-crystalline condensed matter, water structure.
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Dr Brian E. Hingerty   Brian E. Hingerty (Natural Sciences, Tennessee Wesleyan College, USA)
General scientific interests: anomalous dispersion, biological crystallography, charge density, chemical crystallography, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: carcinogen-DNA adducts, computer modelling, DNA, hydrogen bonds, neutron diffraction, NMR structures, Protein/DNA complexes, structure prediction, supercomputing, water structure.
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Dr James R. Knox   James R. Knox (Department of Molecular and Cell Biology and Institute of Materials Science, University of Connecticut, USA)
General scientific interests: biological crystallography, drug design, enzymes, macromolecular crystallography, proteins.
Detailed scientific research interests: drug binding, enzyme mechanism, water structure.
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 Anthony A. Kossiakoff   Anthony A. Kossiakoff (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Chicago, USA)
General scientific interests: macromolecular crystallography, molecular recognition, neutron scattering, structural biology, structure-activity relationships.
Detailed scientific research interests: dynamics, neutron diffraction, protein interaction, structure/function, water structure.
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Dr Leslie A. Kuhn   Leslie A. Kuhn (Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Michigan State University, USA)
General scientific interests: biological crystallography, catalysis, computer graphics, computing, drug design, enzymes, hydrogen bonding, molecular modelling, molecular recognition, peptides, proteins, structural biology, structural chemistry, structural genomics, structure determination, structure-activity relationships, time-resolved studies, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: 3D structure/function modeling, bound water, computational techniques development, evolution of structure, ligand design, ligand docking and screening, molecular flexibility, protein design, protein-ligand interactions.
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Dr Larry C. Sieker   Larry C. Sieker (University of Washington, Dept of Biological Structure Box 357420, USA)
General scientific interests: proteins.
Detailed scientific research interests: carcinogenesis, crystallization, metallo proteins, precision, refinement, structure activity relationship, water.
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Dr Terry R. Stouch   Terry R. Stouch (Research and Development, Science For Solutions, LLC, USA)
General scientific interests: drug design, molecular modelling, molecular recognition, proteins, structure-activity relationships.
Detailed scientific research interests: biomolecules, computer simulation, drug design, molecular electrostatics, molecular force fields, molecular modeling, protein structure, water structure.
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