RII Track-2 FEC: Using Biophysical Protein Models to Map Genetic Variation to Phenotypes (National Science Foundation award OIA-1736253)
Our interdisciplinary team stretches across the entire United States, spanning three jurisdictions – Idaho, Rhode Island, and Vermont. The researchers are equipped with expertise in computational protein modeling, diverse biological systems, measurement of protein biophysical properties, and mathematical modeling. The group is comprised of talented faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, undergraduate students and staff.
Meet the team
The RII Track-2 FEC research team consists of researchers and scientists from across the country.
University of Idaho Senior Instructor Virtual Technology & Design
Employing Augmented Reality to explore proteins through the interplay of interactive 3D virtual and physical models.
University of Idaho Associate Professor Virtual Technology & Design
Dynamic virtual protein: visualization, interaction patterns, collaboration with virtual agents, evaluation of user experience.
Mixed reality, virtual reality, augmented reality, visualization, interaction design, user interaction, user experience, usability, evaluation, vrtual protein structures, amino-acid.
University of Vermont Assistant Professor Department of Biology
Adaptation to temperature in the eurkaryotic origin recognition complexprotein and alcohol dehydrogenase of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster.