Thomas E. Cheatham, III

Here is a link to my full CV as of October, 2016

Here is a Google Scholars link.

Somewhat more out of date information follows:

Education and Research Experience

Director, Research Computing and the Center for High Performance Computing, University Information Technology, University of Utah, July 2014 to present.
Professor, Department of Medicinal Chemistry July 2014 to present.
Associate Professor, Department of Medicinal Chemistry July 2009 to July 2014.
Associate Professor, Department of Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Chemistry July 2009 to June 2011.
Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Bioengineering, July 2009 to present.
Assistant Professor, Departments of Medicinal Chemistry and of Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Chemistry July 2002 to June 2009.
Assistant Research Professor, Department of Medicinal Chemistry, January 2000 to June 2002.
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Bioengineering, July 2000 to June 2009.
   Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Medicinal Chemistry
   Member, Henry Eyring Center for Theoretical Chemistry.
   Participant, Biological Chemistry Program
   Chair, U of Utah Information Technology Research Portfolio
   Member, U of Utah Operational IT Committee
   Member, Academic Senate

NRC Postdoctoral Fellow, Computational Biophysics Section of the Laboratory of Computational Biology, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health.
Advisor: Bernard R. Brooks
March 1997-January 2000.

PhD in Pharmaceutical Chemistry: "Realistic simulation of nucleic acids in solution"
Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, University of California at San Francisco.
Advisor: Peter A. Kollman       (What did I do as a graduate student at UCSF?)
September 1990-March 1997.

Aiken Computational Laboratory, Division of Applied Sciences, Harvard University.
June 1988-August 1990.

B.A. Chemistry (honors)
     Thesis: The structure and Function of the Active Oxygen Intermediate of Cytochrome P450.
     Advisor: Stephen Sontum
B.A. Mathematics and Computer Science
     Senior Project: The Fourier Transform and Applications in Digital Signal Processing
Minor: Personality and Social Psychology
Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT.
March 1989.

Fellowships, Honors and Awards

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