Research Interests

Dr. Brooks' research group have been involved in CHARMM development and oversight for more than 30 years. His research efforts have involved the development of new methods to assist the interpretation of experiment, for integrating multiple computational models into a single (multiscale) computation, the development of methods for normal mode analysis of large bio-macromolecules, new enhanced sampling methods, new restraint methods, and techniques for finding reaction pathways in complex systems. All of these developments are integrated into CHARMM, a complete tool for complementing and enhancing experimental research.