Finding Order in Disorder


  • Title: Group Leader in Computational Biophysics, Mediterranean Institute for Life Sciences
  • Education: PhD, Stanford University, 2004
  • Recommended by: Vijay Pande

As a grad student who helped Stanford's Vijay Pande develop the Folding@Home project, Bojan Zagrovic knows what the current protein modeling tools can and cannot do. And while a lot of progress has been made in the field of computational proteomics, there's still much to be figured out.

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