Running and further enhancing FAH is quite involved these days. We’ve come a long way from the days were it was mainly me and just 2-3 other people. Right now, there are about 20 people in the Pande Lab who all are involved in one way or another, but even that isn’t enough to make progress in certain key areas. To help with that, we have started to collaborate with other labs.
In particular, we have been working closely with
- Lillian Chong’s group (U. Pittsburgh): new AMBER core development
- Ken Dill’s group (UCSF): free energy methods and structure prediction
- Eric Sorin’s group (CSULB): new force field ports
- Bojan Zagrovic’s group (Mediterranean Institute for Life Sciences): client development, structure refinement
Our hope is that these collaborations will help push FAH further faster.