Computational Biophysical Chemistry

Hansmann Group







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University of Oklahoma
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Erik J Alred

Position

Graduate Student

Address

Stephenson Life Sciences Research Center 3000
101 Stephenson Parkway
Norman, OK 73019-5251, USA

Phone

+1-832-790-7249

E-mail

Erik.J.Alred-1 at ou.edu




RESEARCH INTERESTS


The use of computational techniques to model and predict complex biological interactions beyond the current fidelity of experimental methods.



EDUCATION & EMPLOYMENT


2008-2012, B.S. Chemistry University of Houston

2013-Present, Graduate Student at University of Oklahoma, Chemistry/Biochemistry.



PUBLICATIONS

  1. E.J. Alred, E.G. Scheele, W.M. Berhanu and U.H.E. Hansmann, Stability of Iowa Mutant and Wild Type Aβ-peptide Aggregates, J. Chem. Phys., 141 (2014) 175101.
  2. Erik J. Alred, Emily G. Scheele, Workalemahu M. Berhanu, and Ulrich H. E. Hansmann, Comparative Stability Analysis Of D23N Mutated Aβ, TASK Quarterly, 18 (2014) 365-371.
  3. E.J. Alred, M. Phillips, W.M. Berhanu and U.H.E. Hansmann, On the lack of polymorphism in Aβ-peptide aggregates derived from patient brains, Protein Science, accepted for publication.