People

Dave Lee

Email: ucbcdal@ucl.ac.uk

B.S. Degree: Biochemistry, UCL, 1985.

M.S. Degree: Computer Modelling of Molecular and Biological Processes, Birkbeck, 1995.

PhD Degree: Molecular dynamic simulations (Computer Simulation of a Conformational Change in Lactoferrin), Birkbeck, 1999.

Bio: My main job is target selection for structural genomics. I am significantly involved in the efforts of the group towards protein function prediction and my main research interest is in understanding and predicting changes in protein specificity and enzyme catalysis.


Dave Lee

Email: ucbcdal@ucl.ac.uk

B.S. Degree: Biochemistry, UCL, 1985.

M.S. Degree: Computer Modelling of Molecular and Biological Processes, Birkbeck, 1995.

PhD Degree: Molecular dynamic simulations (Computer Simulation of a Conformational Change in Lactoferrin), Birkbeck, 1999.

Bio: My main job is target selection for structural genomics. I am significantly involved in the efforts of the group towards protein function prediction and my main research interest is in understanding and predicting changes in protein specificity and enzyme catalysis.


Dave Lee

Email: ucbcdal@ucl.ac.uk

B.S. Degree: Biochemistry, UCL, 1985.

M.S. Degree: Computer Modelling of Molecular and Biological Processes, Birkbeck, 1995.

PhD Degree: Molecular dynamic simulations (Computer Simulation of a Conformational Change in Lactoferrin), Birkbeck, 1999.

Bio: My main job is target selection for structural genomics. I am significantly involved in the efforts of the group towards protein function prediction and my main research interest is in understanding and predicting changes in protein specificity and enzyme catalysis.


Dave Lee

Email: ucbcdal@ucl.ac.uk

B.S. Degree: Biochemistry, UCL, 1985.

M.S. Degree: Computer Modelling of Molecular and Biological Processes, Birkbeck, 1995.

PhD Degree: Molecular dynamic simulations (Computer Simulation of a Conformational Change in Lactoferrin), Birkbeck, 1999.

Bio: My main job is target selection for structural genomics. I am significantly involved in the efforts of the group towards protein function prediction and my main research interest is in understanding and predicting changes in protein specificity and enzyme catalysis.