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Florence Tama

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1996B.S., Paul Sabatier University, France (Physical sciences)
1997M.S., Paul Sabatier University, France (Chemistry of Biomolecules)
2000Dr. Sci., Paul Sabatier University, France (Computational Biophysics)
2000-2005Post-doctoral researcher; The Scripps Research Institute, USA
2006-2012Assistant Professor, University of Arizona, USA
2013-presentUnit Leader; AICS, RIKEN, Japan
2015-presentProfessor; Department of Physics, Nagoya University
2016-present>Professor; WPI-ITbM, Nagoya University

Florence Tama (42) Nagoya University

Computational biophysics

The research group of Florence Tama focuses on the computational studies of the structures and functions of large macromolecular assemblies. Dysfunctions of these bio-molecules may result in severe diseases and in order to understand such diseases and develop treatments, the functional mechanisms of these bio-molecules need to be elucidated. To this goal, Tama's group 1) develops new computational techniques to determine 3D structures and dynamics of biological complexes and 2) works in collaboration with experimental groups to elucidate functions of bio-molecules of interest.

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