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