Edward Lyman
Principal Investigator

Ed received his Ph.D. in physics from Virginia Tech, where he studied nonequilibrium critical phenomena with Beate Schmittmann. He then did a post-doc in the Department of Computational Biology at the University of Pittsburgh with Dan Zuckerman. While in Pittsburgh he focused on methods development for biomolecular simulation, with an emphasis on statistically rigorous approaches for sampling protein conformation space. He then moved to Salt Lake City, UT, where he joined the lab of Greg Voth. In Utah he worked on membrane protein simulation and multiscale simulation methods development.

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