Alumni (Fellow)

Charles McAnany

Jefferson Arts and Sciences Dissertation Year Fellow
Class: 2017
Hometown: Shawnee, Kansas
Degrees:
B.S. Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (2012)
School:
Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
Department:
Chemistry

Charles McAnany is concluding his Ph.D research on protein oligomerization and dynamics, and plans to graduate in August. His research touches on many fields, including high-performance computing, the origin of life, heart disease, and biomaterials. McAnany has published papers in Molecular Simulation, PLOS Computational Biology, The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, and Biomacromolecules, and he plans to publish two more before he graduates. Charles has also presented three posters on his at the Biophysical Society Meeting.

Upon graduation, McAnany will teach a course on computational biology, and then pursue a faculty position at a primarily-undergraduate institution. Charles plans to continue his research on protein oligomerization well into the future.

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