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Jeffrey J. Gray, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator: Jeffrey J. Gray, Ph.D.
Jeffrey J. Gray's research focuses on computational protein structure prediction and design, particularly protein-protein docking, therapeutic antibodies, and protein-surface interactions. Gray's lab leads the development of RosettaDock, RosettaAntibody, the ROSIE web server, and the PyRosetta interactive platform for protein structure prediction and design; these tools are used widely by the research community. Gray's lab has produced the most accurate complex structure for several targets in the CAPRI blind protein-protein docking challenge and sub-angstrom antibody binding loop structures in the Antibody Modeling Assessment. Gray's work has been funded by NIH, NSF, DARPA, ACS, the Beckman Foundation, and the UCB pharmaceutical company. As of March 2016, he has authored over 72 papers which have attracted over 4,200 citations. He has supervised 10 post-docs, 20 graduate students, 45 undergraduate students, and several high school students.