A Box in the Clouds – Professor Jeffrey C. Hoch, UConn Health

May 24, 2019 | biology, health and medicine

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is without doubt one of the most exciting analytic methods available in biomolecular medicine. Applications include structural biology, metabolic studies, disease diagnosis, and drug discovery. However, the use of NMR can be daunting and complicated, with a multitude of diverse computer programs for analysing the data to choose from. Professor Jeffrey C. Hoch from the University of Connecticut, USA, leads the development of the NMRbox platform, an extensive, freely available, not-for-profit resource aiming to help bring order to this chaos.

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