The UW-CryoEM group studies the structures of high-value viral macromolecular complexes involved in the pathogenesis of NIAID Category A-C organisms, with the long-term goal to provide a structural framework for vaccine and/or therapeutic design aiming at preventing or neutralizing infections mediated by these human pathogens.
UW-CryoEM Site Team
David Veesler, Ph.D., Co-Principal Investigator and Director, UW CryoEM
Dr. Veesler will lead the efforts of the UW CryoEM
We’re very happy to announce that our RFdiffusion manuscript is now on bioRxiv! A lot can change in a week - we’ve… https://t.co/zZc5yrHgId
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Here's to our next 5 years--SSGCID launches its 16th year! Thanks to all our collaborators for your support! See ou… https://t.co/274XRLRc87
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