BCH 252 Seminar Dr. Qiang Cui, Boston University

Qiang Cui Boston Univ
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The Department of Biochemistry's weekly BCH 252 seminar series is presented this week by

Dr. Qiang Cui, Professor of Chemistry, Boston University

Seminar Title: "Understanding biomolecules with molecular simulations" 

Biography: Qiang Cui is a professor of Chemistry at Boston University and also affiliated with Departments of Physics and Biomedical Engineering. He received B.S. in Chemical Physics from the University of Science and Technology of China in 1993, and Ph. D. in Theoretical Chemistry in 1997 from Emory University under the tutelage of Professor Keiji Morokuma. He conducted postdoctoral research with Professor Martin Karplus at Harvard University and, in 2001, moved to the University of Wisconsin, Madison as an assistant professor of Chemistry. After spending almost seventeen wonderful years in Madison, he moved back to Boston in 2018. His current research interest includes quantum chemistry and statistical mechanics and their application to various chemical, biological and materials problems.

Seminar Host: Dr. Jikui Song;

Biochemistry 252 Seminar
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