Emil Alexov

Clemson University, USA

Emil Alexov received his M.S. degree in plasma physics (1984) and Ph.D. degree in radiophysics and electronics (1990) from Sofia University, Sofia, Bulgaria. Alexov held several positions: Assistant Professor (1990-1991) at Sofia University; Assistant Professor (1991-1992) at Medical Academy, Bulgaria; Scientist (1992–1994) at Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria; Visiting Scientist (1994-1995) at The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN), Japan; Research Associate (1995–2000) at City College of New York, USA; Adjunct Assistant Professor (1997–2005) at Bronx Community College, USA; Senior Scientist (2000–2005) at Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Columbia University, USA; and Professor of physics (2005–now) at Clemson University, USA. He was a Member of the American Physical Society (1990), Biophysical Society, and Protein Society (1995). His areas of expertise include protein science, folding, energy calculations, protein-protein binding, pKa calculations, electrostatic calculations, protein structure, and protein-protein complexes predictions.

Biography Updated on 23 August 2014

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