The Department of Chemistry has selected Rob Raddi to receive a Guy Allen Award for Outstanding Teaching for the 2019-2020 Academic Year. Congratulations Rob!
We welcome three new graduate students to the lab: Paige Sheridan, Tim Marshall, and Steven Goold (co-advised with Ron Levy). Looking forward to all the… Read More »Three new graduate students join the Voelz Lab
Jason Pattis has joined the Voelz lab as a new postdoc. Welcome Jason! Jason did his PhD work in Eric May’s group at the University… Read More »Voelz Lab welcomes new postdoc Jason Pattis
Members of the Voelz lab met for a one-day Folding@home Consortium meeting at Washington University in St. Louis. The meeting focused on the science currently being… Read More »FAH Consortium Meeting 2019 in St. Louis
Temple’s College of Science and Technology (CST) recently announced their 2019 Distinguished Faculty Award recipients, and Prof. Voelz was among the recipients. CST congratulates the… Read More »Voelz receives a 2019 Distinguished Teaching Award
In a two-game rout, the Eigenspikers made short work of the Volleytines, earning them their second victory in so many weeks. Congrats to the whole… Read More »Eigenspikers smash the Volleytines in another huge win
From June 3-14, Temple’s College of Science and Technology (CST) is hosting a two-week (~4 hours a day, 5 days a week) workshop on computing… Read More »Summer Workshop on Computing and Statistics
Hongbin Wan successfully defended his thesis, “Efficient Sampling of Protein Conformational Dynamics and Prediction of Mutation Effects”, on April 23. Congrats Hongbin!
In new collaborative work with the Andrade, Leimkuhler Grimes, Dunman and Valentine groups, we have brought our cutting-edge computational methods to bear on the problem of understanding the effects of the macrolide… Read More »Applying BICePs and MSMs to understand the action of a macrolide antibiotic