Robert Gavin

Robert is an undergraduate researcher from the Department of Physics who has worked on molecular simulations of A2A.

Joshua Konadu-Darko

Joshua was a student in Howard University's MARC/USTAR program, who reached out to me in search of a summer research opportunity. He worked on molecular modeling of the A2A adenosine receptor and presented his work at UD's summer scholars research symposium. He is interested in pursuing graduate training in pharmaceutical science.

Logan Sandar

Logan joined the group in June, 2011, following a fortuitous conversation at the Delaware Rock Gym. He has written most of the code that we use to analyze our simulations of Lo/Ld phase separation on the Anton supercomputer.

Project: LO_LD

Expertise: Tcl expert, approaching guru status. Not too shabby with VMD and FORTRAN either.

Katie Dillon

Katie Dillon is an undergraduate researcher. She has worked on molecular simulations of the A2A receptor, but ultimately is bound for medical school and a career as an orthopedic surgeon.

Rohan Patel

Rohan was brave enough to join the group in the summer of 2011, just six months after I started at UD. He was responsible for managing simulations of A2A and analyzing data. In his first summer he was funded by the NUCLEUS program at UD, in his second summer he was awarded a grant by the summer scholars program. Despite our best efforts to tempt him into basic research, he is set on pursuing his lifelong dream of studying medicine.