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The PCDDB project is directed by :

Professor Bonnie WallaceBirkbeck College, University of London UK.
Dr. Robert JanesQueen Mary University of London, UK.

The Lead Developer is:

Dr. Lee WhitmoreBirkbeck College, University of London UK.

The development team are :

Dr. Andrew MilesBirkbeck College, University of London UK.
Dr. Lazaros MavridisQueen Mary University of London, UK.

The PCDDB has an International Scientific Advisory Board which oversees the quality of scientific content and is drawn from eminent researchers in the field of biological circular dichroism.

Dr. Jochen BuerckKarlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany.
Dr. Yi-Cheng ChenMacKay Medical College, Taiwan.
Professor Kunihiko GekkoHiroshima University, Japan.
Dr. Sharon KellyUniversity of Glasgow, UK.
Professor Haruki NakamuraOsaka University, Japan.
Professor Alison RodgerUniversity of Warwick, UK.
Professor John SutherlandEast Carolina University, USA.
Dr. Ye TaoChinese Academy of Sciences, China.
Dr. John WestbrookRutgers State University, USA.

Technical oversight is provided by our International Technical Advisory Board comprised of circular dichroism beamline scientists/directors and representatives from manufacturers of circular dichroism spectrophotometers.

Dr. Peter BaumgartelBESSY-II synchrotron, Germany.
Dr. Paul BoxrudOlis, Inc. USA.
Mr. Steven CaveJasco UK Ltd., UK.
Dr. Lindsay ColeApplied Photophysics Ltd., UK.
Professor Kunihiko GekkoHiroshima University, Japan.
Dr. Søren Vrønning HoffmannInstitute for Storage Ring Facilities (ISA) synchrotron, Denmark.
Dr. Yihung LinNational Synchrotron Radiation Research Centre, Taiwan.
Dr. David MossANKA synchrotron, Germany.
Dr. Glen RamsayAviv Biomedical Inc., USA.
Dr. Giuliano SiligardiDiamond Light Source synchrotron, UK.
Professor John SutherlandEast Carolina University, USA.
Dr. Ye TaoChinese Academy of Sciences, China.
Dr. Frank WienSynchrotron SOLEIL, France.

A Bioinformatics Advisory Board was established in 2014 to consider bioinformatics applications and opportunities for the PCDDB.

Professor Jonathan HirstUniversity of Nottingham, UK.
Professor József KardosEötvös Loránd University, Hungary.
Dr. Carolina Perez-IratxetaOttawa Hospital Research Institute, Canada.
Professor Alison RodgerUniversity of Warwick, UK.
Professor Kathryn ThomassonUniversity of North Dakota, USA.

Previous development team members :

Dr. Benjamin Woollett
Dr. Dan Klose

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Current version : 1.4.9.8


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The PCDDB is a development of the Department of Crystallography, Institute of Structural and Molecular Biology, Birkbeck College, University of London and the School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, Queen Mary University of London, UK. It is supported by a grant from the BBSRC. Copyright of the design and implementation of this site are retained by the Schools and the authors. © 2006-2017