Educational BackgroundB.S. NanKai University, China, 1996
|After three years postdoc training at Prof. J. Andrew McCammon's
group, NIH center of National Biomedical Computation Resource and San
Diego Supercomputer Center at the University of California San Diego, I
joined BSU as an assistant professor of Chemistry in the fall 2010.
I am a computational chemist operating at the interface of chemistry, biology, physics, pharmacology, mathematics and computer science. In my lab, we pursue a broad range of cutting-edge and interdisciplinary computational research projects. We are particularly interested in driving translational research and advancing novel methods in the emerging areas such as renewable energy and molecular targeted therapeutics through close collaboration with experimentalists. Powered by massive petaflops and GPU computing technologies, we perform large-scale computer simulations at the forefront of chemical and biomedical discovery.
Please visit our research group web site http://www.dxulab.com for more information and feel free to contact us about the exciting research opportunities in our lab.