Our research focuses on the use of physics-based simulations of RNA as a tool for studying RNA folding and biomolecular engineering. 

We are located in the  “Advanced Computational/Visualization Center” (LSRB 2016)  in the newly constructed RNA Institute at UAlbany. This interdisciplinary hub contains state-of-the-art computational and experimental facilities dedicated to RNA research, including the labs of our many experimental collaborators. Our lab’s research is carried out on our dedicated 600 core Xeon high-performance computing cluster augmented by GPU computing and 3D visualization facilities available for RNA Institute researchers.