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Our new book chapter (in a great volume edited by Irena Levitan at the University of Illinois at Chicago) reviews our simulations of cholesterol and other sterols interacting with pLGICs. It also includes a brief teaser of Liam’s new coarse-grained simulations involving nAChRs in phase-separated quasi-neuronal membranes, and offers some simulation-inspired ideas for experiments with straightforward interpretations.
It’s official. Much appreciation to all who helped along the way – students, postdocs, collaborators, colleagues, referees, program officers, friends, mentors, family.
Kristen Woods, a Masters student in Computational and Integrative Biology has joined the group! Kristen was also here at Rutgers-Camden for her undergraduate degree and decided to stay at our unique campus for graduate school. She will add to the group’s growing ‘coarse-grained’ arm, which simulates complex neuronal membranes over longer length and time scales.