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My scientific career started in Bologna (Italy) in the fall of 2000 after finishing my undergraduate studies in Chemistry. Since then, I have contributed to several research areas ranging from virtual screening for drug discovery to the investigation of energy transduction in motor proteins. During this time, the developments I introduced, as well as their application to problems of wide scientific interest, have proven to be important in addressing fundamental questions in Chemistry and Molecular Biology to provide a chemistry-based understanding of phenomena. In September 2010, I joined ISIS to build up a team and lead the Laboratoire d’Ingénierie des Fonctions Moléculaires (IFM).
- MD (molecular dynamics) simulations of molecular functions