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Professor Dr Mario Antonio Bianchet   Mario Antonio Bianchet (Dept. of Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry, Johns Hopkins Medical School, USA)
General scientific interests: anomalous dispersion, biological crystallography, computing, cryocrystallography, data collection and processing, drug design, enzymes, macromolecular crystallography, metalloproteins, molecular recognition, molecular replacement, nucleic acids, phase determination, proteins, structural biology, structure determination, structure-activity relationships, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: Binding proteins, computer-aided molecular modelling, drug-design, Enzyme structure, protein X-ray crystallography, protein-carbohydrate interactions.
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Dr Raymond S. Brown   Raymond S. Brown (3DBioScience, LLC, 21 Mosman Street, USA)
General scientific interests: drug design, molecular modelling, molecular recognition, nucleic acids, proteins.
Detailed scientific research interests: protein-DNA interactions, structure-aided drug design, structures of protein RNA complexes, zinc finger proteins.
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Dr Divya Dube   Divya Dube (biophysics, All India Institute of medical Sciences, India)
General scientific interests: data collection and processing, drug design, structural biology, structure determination, structure-activity relationships, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: Biomolecular simulations, Structure-aided drug design, Xray crystallography.
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Dr Barry C. Finzel   Barry C. Finzel (Medicinal Chemistry, University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, USA)
General scientific interests: computing, drug design, macromolecular crystallography, structural biology, structural chemistry, structure-activity relationships.
Detailed scientific research interests: computer modelling, macromolecular structure, structure-aided drug design.
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Professor Kurt Lamont Krause   Kurt Lamont Krause (Biochemistry Department, University of Otago, New Zealand)
General scientific interests: biological crystallography, catalysis, crystal engineering, drug design, enzymes.
Detailed scientific research interests: bacterial pathogenesis, bioluminescence, Infectious diseases, nucleases, protein crystallography, protein folding and stability, redox proteins, structure-aided drug design, bionanotechnology.
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Miss Dannielle Kydd-Sinclair   Dannielle Kydd-Sinclair (School of Biological Sciences, University of Reading, United Kingdom)
General scientific interests: drug design, molecular modelling, proteins, structural biology, structure-activity relationships.
Detailed scientific research interests: biological macromolecular crystallography, biological structure-activity relationships, bound ligand interactions, computational drug design, computer-aided molecular design, DNA binding, drug QSAR, homology modelling, protein crystallography drug design protein-ligand interactions, protein-DNA interactions, QSAR.
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Dr Laurence Leherte   Laurence Leherte (Chemistry, University of Namur, Belgium)
General scientific interests: charge density, computing, drug design, macromolecular crystallography.
Detailed scientific research interests: Computer-aided drug design, Molecular Dynamics, Monte Carlo simulations, Multiresolution analysis, Protein Structure, Topological analysis.
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