BA, Ohio Wesleyan University; MS, Ph.D., University of Florida
I am a computational biologist with a focused interest in the development of modern statistical tools for comparative molecular dynamic simulation applied to the function and evolution of proteins and their interactions with other molecules in the cell. I am also broadly interested in the evolution of complex and stochastic biophysical process, across all scales, from the molecular to the ecological. For more information please visit my projects website.
In the News
May 30, 2019
RIT student develops tool to visualize molecular dynamics of proteins in virtual reality
Kyle Diller, a fifth-year computer science student from East Windsor, N.J., developed a plug-in application for the molecular visualization program UCSF ChimeraX. The application is currently under development at the University of California at San Francisco. Diller’s plug-in allows users to display an atomic structure as if it were a movie so they can see how the structure changes.