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LEADERSHIP & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS

CSSAS brings together world-class scientists from a broad range of disciplines to form a single integrated group focused on common goals.
Our team was carefully selected, not only on the basis of the individual achievements of its members, and not only because it will enable unique tools and computations to be deployed in unique macromolecules and structures, but because, through existing collaborations, we have already acquired a taste for what is possible when combining all of our skills and perspectives.

 

LEADERSHIP

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FRANÇOIS BANEYX

Director

Charles W.H. Matthaei Professor of Chemical Engineering

University of Washington

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JIM DE YOREO

Deputy Director

Chief Scientist for Materials Synthesis and Simulation
Across Scales

Pacific Northwest
National Laboratory

 

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS

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DAVID BAKER

Professor of Biochemistry, Director of the Institute for Protein Design
University of Washington

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CHUN-LONG CHEN

Senior Research Scientist
Pacific Northwest
National Laboratory

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BRANDI COSSAIRT

Associate Professor of Chemistry
University of Washington

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ANDREW FERGUSON

Associate Professor of
Molecular Engineering
University of Chicago

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DAVID GINGER

Alvin L. and Verla R. Kwiram Endowed Professor of Chemistry
University of Washington

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SAMSON JENEKHE

Boeing-Martin Professor of Chemical Engineering and Professor of Chemistry
University of Washington

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SERGEI KALANIN

Director, Institute for Functional Imaging of Materials 
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

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CHRIS MUNDY

Physicist
Pacific Northwest
National Laboratory

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JIM PFAENDTNER

Department Chair and
Jagjeet and Janice Bindra Endowed Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering
University of Washington

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AKIF TEZCAN

Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of California
San Diego