Gregory Bowman: Resisting Resistance | GenomeWeb

Recommended by: Vijay Pande, Stanford University

Many things contribute to the problem of antibiotic resistance. So the University of California, Berkeley's Gregory Bowman is using computer simulations and theoretical models to understand all the moving parts that contribute to protein function with the goal of providing new ways to block functions that lead to antibiotic resistance. "If you think of kids' toys, it's the little pieces that are often prone to breaking — little moving pieces — and so I want to find those and try to break them," Bowman says.

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