Charleen Don received her Master in biochemistry from Utrecht University, the Netherlands. Under the supervision of Prof. Alexandre Bonvin she completed her thesis entitled “Less is more: Integration of the MARTINI coarse grained model into HADDOCK”.
After her studies, she gained research experience as intern at the Biomolecular Research Laboratory at the Paul Scherrer Institut CH, and as research assistant at the Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich. In addition, she worked for a short period in the financial world. She has joined the Molecular Modeling group of PD Dr. Martin Smiesko in February 2017 as a PhD student. Her project will focus on investigating pharmacogenetics of human cytochrome P450 using an integrative modeling approach.
Don, C; Riniker, S: Scents and sense: In silico perspectives on olfactory receptors, in:
J. Comput. Chem. 35, 2014, S. 2279-2287.