Awards and Activities:
Awards and Honors:
NIH Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, CMOA Paris: 1965-66.
NIH Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh PA: 1966-68.
NIGMS Research Career Development Award:1972-1977 (Hunter College -CUNY)
NIH BBCA Study Section: 1978-1982
NIH NIGMS MERIT (Method to Extend Research in Time) Award: 1988-1998 (Wesleyan University)
NIH BBCA Study Section: 1996-2000
Distinguished Alumni Award, College of Wooster, 2001
Named Fellow, Biophysical Society, 2003
Thomas Hunter Professor, Hunter College
Joshua Boger University Professor of Natural Science and Mathematics, Wesleyan University
Extramural Funding (1986 to present):
Research funding, totaling over $3,500,000
Program development and instrumentation, totaling over $ 2,500,000
Major Funded Projects
National Institutes of Health GM 37909, Molecular DYnamics Simulations of DNA Oligonucleotides
NSF Research Grant: Dynamics of Protien-RNA Complex Formation, Co-investigator with Prof. Anne M. Baranger, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
National TeraGrid Computer Resource, Molecular Dynamics Simulations on Biological Molecules and Complexes. Biannual Allocation of 10,000 Service Units.
NSF Facilities Grant, Development of a Shared Research Instrumentation Center (with faculty colleagues in Chemistry, Molecular Biology and Biology)
NSF Instrumentation Grants (x2) Acquisition of Cluster Computing Facilities for Research and Education at Wesleyan University (with Profs. Francis Starr, Physics, and Kathryn Johnston, Astronomy)
NIGMS Training Grant: Doctoral Studies in Molecular Biophysics, 1988-present
NSF Course and Curriculum Development Program, Development of a Science Writing Program