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Yu-Shan Lin
Department of Chemistry
Tufts University
62 Talbot Avenue Pearson 103-X
Medford, MA 02155

Email: yu-shan.lin@tufts.edu

Welcome to the YSL Group

 
 
We are a computational chemistry group working towards a better understanding of the structures and functions of biomolecules.  

Our group meetings in fall 2022 are Tuesday at 2 pm over Zoom.
For more detail, please email YSL at yu-shan.lin@tufts.edu

Latest news

Postdoc positions available

We are looking for two computational chemists experienced in machine learning and peptide molecular dynamics simulations to join us and work on cyclic peptide design or simulation analysis method development. Must have a strong background in machine learning methods and extensive experience in their applications; experience with enhanced sampling methods, GROMACS, and PLUMED a plus. If you are interested or know someone who might be interested, please send along (or have them send along) a CV and a couple of relevant publications to Prof. Lin at yu-shan.lin@tufts.edu

Info for graduate students interested in the YSL Group

Although some modeling or simulation experience is great, you don't need to have prior computational chemistry experience to join our group! We will train you from the beginning and get you up to speed. As long as you like peptides and proteins and are not afraid of math, physics, and computers, we will get you there! Feel free to reach out to Prof. Lin and any graduate students in the group. You can find their emails here.

Info for undergraduates interested in the YSL Group

For Tufts undergraduate students (first-years or sophomores) who are interested in the YSL Group, please apply on the chemistry department website here .

For other research opportunities in the Chemistry Department: Check out the chemistry faculty members’ research websites. You can find them here.

For other research opportunities in computational science at Tufts: Look up Tim Atherton in Physics, Lenore Cowen and Soha Hassoun in Computer Science, and Prashant Deshlahra in Chemical and Biological Engineering.