Keen observers and avid followers of this blog must have noticed the dwindle if not complete lack of posts in the past 3-4 months. The main reason for this drought was my personal and professional transition. I have completed my Ph.D. studies (on peptide-protein interactions) at the Furman Lab (The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel) and took a position as a post-doctoral fellow at the Schoichet Lab (University of California, San Francisco) in the field of structure based virtual screening of small molecules with a touch of Chemoinformatics.
The move, the acclimation to California and to a new research area, have left little to no time for writing, but now as the dust settles, I hope to find time now and then to share interesting papers, opinions and news. I imagine this change in research area will reflect in future content, and am sure you’ll find it as fascinating as I do.
Looking forwards to see what the future holds…
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