Research in the May group is focused on using computational methods to further our understanding of biological systems. From these studies we aim to develop and engineer functionalities and technologies which are relevant for biomedical and nanotechnology applications.
If you are interested in this line of research please consider joining us. We will consider individuals at any career stage. The main requirements are being motivated to do research, eager to learn, and passionate about science.
Congratulations to undergraduate Aberdeen Taylor on recieving a SURF award and the Todd Schuster Fellowship and Congrats to Jason Pattis on winning the Richard Crain Memorial Fellowship.
Eric recieves the OpenEye Outstanding Junior Faculty Award in Computational Chemistry at the ACS Spring Meeting in New Orleans
Congratulations to grad student IC Duay on winner the outstanding poster award at the RT Major Sympossium
Kevin Boyd and Eric present talks at a CECAM Meeting in Lugano Switzerland on Modeling complex biomembranes
Jason Pattis wins Poster award at the Annual NESS Sympossium
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