Reader in Computational Biology, University of Kent
Mark Wass is computational biologist with expertise in the development of computational methods for the analysis of protein structure and function. He also applies these methods to address important biological questions. These questions include drug resistance in cancer and virus virulence. He has worked extensively on understanding Ebola virus virulence and in 2016 was awarded the 'Fight against Ebola' prize by the International Society of Computational Biology.
May 09, 2020 07:24 am UTC| Health
We dont know much about SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, but we are learning new things about it every day. The latest bit of the jigsaw puzzle comes from a small study conducted in China, which found SARS-CoV-2...