PEOPLE

Scientists


  • Dr. Pierrick Craveur


    pcraveur@scripps.edu
  • Pierrick Craveur joined Olson's laboratory in 2016 as a Research Associate. He received his Ph.D in 2014 in Computational Structural Biology at Paris Diderot University.

  • Dr. Stefano Forli

  • Stefano Forli is an Assistant Professor in Olson's laboratory at TSRI, which he joined in 2008. He received his Ph.D in 2006 in Medicinal Chemistry at the Universita' degli Studi di Siena, Italy.

  • Prof. Arthur Olson

  • Arthur Olson is the Anderson Research Chair Professor at the Scripps Research Institute, where 35 years ago he founded and still directs the Molecular Graphics Laboratory. His lab has created both AutoDock and AutoDock Vina, the world's most widely used and cited molecular docking programs. Olson is the Director of the NIH-funded HIV Interaction and Viral Evolution (HIVE) Center.



Dear volunteers,

If you are involved at any level in this project, please let us know who you are!

You deserve to be aknowledged here.

Please tell us about yourself! Where do you come from? What do you do? Why are you involved in this project? ...



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Volunteers


  • Wotan


  • Hello, I'm from Italy, crunching since 2005, and I will not stop!
    Why are you involved in this project?
    To help the scientists of this awesome projects, to show the world what we can do.
    Whatever you want to tell us:
    Let's show what our PCs can do!

  • rosario2008


  • Hello to everybody, i from Argentina, I studied Biochemitry and now i Professor at secondary school.
    Why are you involved in this project?
    I enjoy Science and work together with other people trying to make this world a little better.
    Whatever you want to tell us:
    Congratulations to every member of Worldcommunitygrid and keep on going!!

  • TonyEllis


  • Retired now. Former IBMer which is where I joined WCG - in 2008
    Why are you involved in this project?
    Desire to advance medical research that helps alleviate the pain and misery that afflicts too many people...
    Whatever you want to tell us:
    A big thank-you to the scientists for the work they put into this project...

  • OlEnglish


  • Citizen Scientist Extraordinaire!
    Why are you involved in this project?
    It will save lives.
    Whatever you want to tell us:
    Let's see those results!!

  • Sol33t303


  • I'm just a teen who thinks that everybody should do what they can to make the world a better place.
    Why are you involved in this project?
    I'm involved with this project because i don't think anybody deserves to die a slow death from any disease.
    Whatever you want to tell us:
    ヘ( ^o^)ノ\(^_^ )

  • Eric_Kaiser


  • I'm a IT-Specialist from Germany and a WCG-Member since 2013.
    Why are you involved in this project?
    I'm proud to support FightAids@Home to help the scientists finding a cure for this deadly disease.
    Whatever you want to tell us:
    Everyone can take part and help to make life better on our Earth.
    Everyone who is able to access the internet has ressource that can additionally support science. What are you waiting for?

  • EBM9000


  • I'm an 18 year old High School student in North Carolina, and have been on the Grid since 19 October 2014.
    Why are you involved in this project?
    I am involved in this project because HIV & AIDS (HIV can and usually does progress in to AIDS for those who don't know) are terrible diseases that slowly kill. Hopefully once day there will be an even more effective treatment or even a cure!
    Whatever you want to tell us:
    Computer Nerd >:-)

  • Falconet


  • I'm from Portugal and I've been with WCG since March 9, 2009. 14 years old at the time!
    Why are you involved in this project?
    To help advance HIV Research and hopefully help find a novel treatment, if not a cure!
    Whatever you want to tell us:
    Vegan :)

  • Skivelitis2


  • I'm a proud member of team BOINCstats, who has been involved in WCG as volunteer since 2008.