Our group uses the tools of molecular simulation and statistical mechanics to investigate the structure, dynamics and function of biomolecules. Our goal is to devise new computational methods to design folding and binding properties of proteins and peptidomimetics from first principles.
Amanda Wakefield wins best undergrad poster in COMP division at National ACS Meeting
The Voelz lab made an excellent showing at the National Fall Meeting of the American Chemical Society, held in San Francisco August 10-14. Congratulations to Amanda Wakefield, who won ...
Posted Aug 26, 2014, 11:54 AM by Vincent Voelz
Voelz Lab receives NSF funding
We have just received an award from the National Science Foundation. This is the first major research grant awarded to the Voelz Lab. The funded research is a collaborative effort ...
Posted Jul 18, 2014, 8:18 PM by Vincent Voelz
Travel grants awarded to undergraduate researchers
Congratulations to undergraduates Amanda Wakefield and George Pantelopulos for being awarded travel grants from the Creative Arts, Research, and Scholarship (CARAS) program at Temple University! They will use the travel ...
Posted Jun 12, 2014, 2:41 PM by Vincent Voelz
New cyclic hairpin computational design paper published in JCIM
Our new manuscript "Computational screening and selection of cyclic peptide hairpin mimetics by molecular simulation and kinetic network models" has just been published in the Journal of Chemical Information and ...
Posted May 6, 2014, 11:27 AM by Vincent Voelz
Philly YCC meeting
The Voelz Lab made a strong showing at the Philly YCC (Younger Chemists Committee) regional poster session held March 24, 2014 at the University of the Sciences of Philadelphia campus ...
Posted Mar 27, 2014, 8:14 PM by Vincent Voelz
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