Wonpil Im
Research Group
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Research in our group is focused on the applications of theoretical/computational methods to chemical and physical problems in biology and material science.
Specific research interests are: (see the details)
  • protein/peptide interactions with/in biological membrane
  • transmembrane-induced signaling and regulation
  • NMR structure calculation and refinement
  • glycan and glycoprotein structure and dynamics (www.glycanstructure.org)
  • protein translocation through molecular pores
  • ion channel activities such as ion permeation, selectivity, and gating 
  • theoretical/methodological developments
In addition, we are involved in developing the biomolecular simulation program CHARMM and its user interface CHARMM-GUI as well as ST-analyzer, a general graphical user interface toolset for simulation trajectory analysis.

Postdoctral position opening

Center for Computational Biology
Department of Molecular Sciences
The University of Kansas
Contact Info.:

785-864-1993 (office)
785-864-1966 (lab)