Prof. Michael Levitt
Computational Biology, Biophysics
Professor of Computational and Structural Biology at Stanford University and Visiting Professor at the Weizmann Institute, Biophysicist, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, Member of the National Academy of Sciences in the United States and the British Royal Society. One of the pioneers in simulating the molecular dynamics of DNA and proteins. Developed a method for the humanization of antibodies for medicinal uses. Works with models of antibodies, RNA, protein folding and the spread of viruses.