Bioinformatics and Structural Biology

$77 million NIH grant launches new HIV/AIDS vaccine center

$77 million NIH grant launches new HIV/AIDS vaccine center

Adam Godzik, Ph.D. manages the massive amounts of valuable information generated by the Center for HIV/AIDS Vaccine Immunology & Immunogen Discovery, established in 2012.

bNAber: Broadly Neutralizing Antibodies Electronic Resource

bNAber: Broadly Neutralizing Antibodies Electronic Resource

The new online database allows multiple ways of selecting broadly neutralizing HIV-1 antibodies for comparative analysis.

Seeing is believing

Seeing is believing

Dr. Dorit Hanein’s laboratory is developing an imaging technique that allows them to peer into a cell and see what’s going on—which proteins are doing what, when and with whom – in real time.

Some like it sweet

Some like it sweet

Dr. Andrei Osterman and his team use computer models to reconstruct and predict metabolic pathways in the bacteria T. maritime and S. oneidensis, which may have potential industrial applications to produce biohydrogen or clean up nuclear waste.

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Mining the microbiome with Scott Peterson

Microbiome expert Scott Peterson, Ph.D., a new faculty member at Sanford-Burnham, doesn’t just want to know what goes wrong when we get sick—he’d rather know what keeps us healthy.   Read More...

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