Demo2 first
Local anaesthetics: Charge matters
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Can we make selective sodium channel inhibitors to treat pain?
Demo2 second
What is the potential of nanotube desalination?
Demo2 second
How do anaesthetics find their target?
Demo2 second
Synthetic pores for separating sodium and potassium
Demo2 second
A new way to measure FRET
Demo2 second
Which advanced sampling method is best?
Demo2 second
How you set the temperature matters!
Demo2 third
Mapping the movement of guest molecules in porous crystals
Demo2 fourth
How do sodium channels select for sodium?

About


The Corry Research Group is a computational biophyics lab at the Australian National University in Canberra. Our research interests involve applying molecular dynamics and other computational techniques to closely study a diverse range of biomolecular protein systems and their dynamic interactions, in collaboration with other research labs locally and internationally. We are interested in a diverse range of topics, including voltage-gated sodium channels, mechanosensitve ion channels, membrane transporters in the malaria parasite, immuno-active toll-like receptors, the SARS-CoV2 spike protein, as well as, bio-inspired water filtration and the applications of the thermally driven diffusion.