Dr. Andrey Gorin has received his Ph.D. degree (Physics and Mathematics) in 1991 from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and Engelhardt Institute of Molecular Biology for the computational studies of single nucleotide loops in DNA and RNA structures. During postdoctoral studies at the Rutgers University he investigated the structural heterogeneity of nucleic acids and proposed new concepts on the DNA indirect readout mechanism. Since 1996 Andrey held a number of the staff positions at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Institute and Cancer Center, (since 2001 as a Senior Research Scientist in the Biophysics Program). During his scientific career Dr. Gorin published more than 60 papers in the computational biology and structural biology areas. His interests include algorithms utilizing NMR Residual Dipolar Couplings, analysis of the RNA and DNA structural databases, de novo approaches in mass-spectrometry, and recognition principles in protein complexes.
From 2001 Dr. Andrey Gorin is associated with Oak Ridge National Laboratory, where he is a Senior Staff Member at Computer Science and Mathematics.
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