About Associate Professor Serdar Kuyucak

Computational biophysics provides a powerful approach for understanding the dynamics of proteins and their dysfunction due to mutations — our ultimate goal is to harness this information in design of novel drugs that can be used in treatment of genetic diseases. Associate Professor Serdar Kuyucak's research interests include areas related to understanding the structure and function of proteins using stochastic, classical and quantum mechanical simulation methods.

Associate Professor Serdar Kuyucak is a computational biophysicist working within the School of Physics.

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