Liao Y. Chen Research Lab
in silico experiments of proteins in near-physiological environments
in vitro assays to verify theoretical predictions
Free to academic researchers: hSMD for computing the Gibbs free energy of binding reproducibly and at low computing costs.
Source code and scripts
are available (clicking) here
along with all the files for an example study of the Ras-RalGDS binding problem.
accessed via the UTRC network
Seven Dell Precision Workstations
with nVidia Quadro Kepler/Pascal GPUs (in AET 3.202C)
Three Dell Power Edge Rack Servers with Kepler/Pascal GPUs (in shared server room AET 3.205A)
(in FLN 3.2.28 and BSE 2.402)
Spectrophotomer for hemolysis assays
Microfluidic system for cellular assays
Stopped flow spectroscopy for cellular assays and protein interactions
Quench flow for membrane transport characteristics
Liao Y Chen, PhD (Professor)
Huiyun Liang, PhD, Research Scientist
Roberto A Rodriguez, BS, MS, (PhD Candidate)
Michael Falato (Undergraduate researcher)
Currently recruiting a postdoc in computational biophysics.