On AIRR 12: T-cell receptor-mimetic antibodies and immunoinformatics with Prof. Dr. Charlotte Deane
Dr. Charlotte Deane is Professor of Structural Bioinformatics in the Department of Statistics in University of Oxford (UK) and heads the Oxford Protein Informatics Group. Prof. Deane’s research merges statistics, immunoinformatics, protein structure and small molecule drug discovery. Her group has published several databases that are widely used by academic researchers and in pharmaceutical drug discovery pipelines. We discuss the relevance of including protein structure to study and design antibodies, and the availability of such data.
The episode is hosted by Dr. Ulrik Stervbo and Dr. Zhaoqing Ding.