Current Opinion in Biotechnology accepted our review on cell engineering through designed membrane receptors!

Patrick Barth gave a lecture at the Gordon Research Conference on Membrane Protein Folding June 6, 2017.

Patrick Barth gave a lecture at 100th Canadian Chemical Society Meeting May 29, 2017 in Toronto.

Patrick Barth gave a lecture at Membrane Protein Symposium at the University of Delaware May 22, 2017.

Patrick Barth gave a lecture at the NIH May 2, 2017.

Patrick Barth gave a lecture at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Feb. 17, 2017.

Nature Chemical Biology accepted our paper on modeling and designing highly selective ligand binding membrane receptors.

Patrick Barth gave a lecture at Indiana University Nov. 18, 2016.

Patrick Barth gave a lecture at the University of Toronto Sept. 8, 2016.

Patrick Barth co-organized the RosettaCon conference (Aug. 6-8, 2016).

Xiang Feng successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis Aug. 15, 2016. Congratulations!

Protein Science accepted our paper on designing proteins with polar cores.

Nature Structural & Molecular Biology accepted our manuscript on high-resolution computational design of membrane protein structure and function.

Patrick Barth, Ph.D., gave a lecture at the Annual Biophysical Society Meeting, (Feb. 27-March 2, 2016).

Nature Chemical Biology accepted our paper on a novel alphabet of membrane protein topology and flexibility. 

Patrick Barth, Ph.D., gave a lecture at Ecole Polytechnique Federale of Lausanne Nov. 16, 2015.

Patrick Barth, Ph.D., gave a lecture at King's College, London Oct. 29, 2015.

Patrick Barth, Ph.D., gave a lecture at Imperial College, London Oct. 28, 2015.

Patrick Barth, Ph.D., will give a lecture at the Gordon Research Conference on Membrane Protein Folding (June 21-26, 2015).

Patrick Barth, Ph.D., will give a lecture at Case Western Reserve University May, 14 2015.

Patrick Barth, Ph.D., gave a lecture at the University of Wisconsin-Madison March, 31 2015.

Nature Communications accepted our paper on evolutionary-guided prediction of membrane protein associations.

Journal of Clinical Investigation accepted our paper on TCR selection, modeling and characterization.

Plos Comput Biol. accepted our paper on modeling of membrane protein structures from distant homologs.

Patrick Barth, Ph.D., presented a lecture at the 2014 FASEB Molecular Biophysics of Membranes Conference (June 29 -July 4, 2014).

Faculty of 1000 selected our first paper on GPCR design as being of special significance in its field with an exceptional recommendation score: f1000.com/prime/718098528