Jeremy Smith

Governor's Chair in Molecular Biophysics

Phone: 865-974-9635

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Jeremy Smith is the Governor's Chair in molecular biophysics. Smith specializes in cross-disciplinary work in computational biology, biophysics, and chemistry. His work focuses on using neutron scattering to study bioremediation and protein folding.

Topics of expertise: High-performance computer simulation of biological macromolecules, neutron scattering in biology, the physics of proteins, bioenergetics, and the analysis of structural change in proteins

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