DISSERTATIONS

Vincent Xue, “Modeling and designing Bc1-2 family protein interactions using high-throughput interaction data”, link

 

Justin Jenson, “Design of selective peptide inhibitors of anti-apoptotic Bfl-1 using experimental screening, structure-based design, and data-driven modeling”, link

Glenna Wink Foight, “Determinants of protein-peptide interaction specificity in the Bcl-2 and TRAF families”, link

 

Jenifer Kaplan, "Modular design of coiled coils to target bZIP transcription factors", link

 

Christopher Negron, “Computational design of orthogonal antiparallel homodimeric coiled coils”, link

Scott Chen, “Design of Protein-Protein Interaction Specificity Using Computational Methods and Experimental Library Screening”, link

 

Orr Ashenberg, “How sequence determines function in bacterial two-component signaling protein”, link


Aaron Reinke, “Determining Protein Interaction Specificity of Native and Designed bZIP Family Transcription Factors”, link


Nora Zizlsperger, “Investigation of coiled-coil interactions between proteins of the spindle pole body”, link
 

Emiko Fire, “Flexibility and specificity of the interaction of MCL-1 with BIM BH3”, link


Karl Gutwin, “Computational prediction of coiled-coil interaction structure specificity”, link
 

James Apgar, “Modeling the flexibility of alpha helices in protein interfaces : structure based design and prediction of helix-mediated protein-protein interactions”, link
 

Gevorg Grigoryan, “Computational approaches for the design and prediction of protein-protein interactions”, link

Christina Taylor, “Redesigning specificity in miniproteins”, link