Professor Mu-Hyun Baik
Professor Baik's research group, utilizing large-scale computer simulations, is trying to better understand (1) how to split water more efficiently to generate hydrogen that could be used as fuel, which would provide a permanent solution to the energy crisis (2) how to design better anticancer drugs based on the "blockbuster"-drug cisplatin, and (3) how beta-amyloid/copper complexes that are found in the brains of Alzheimer's disease patients may promote cell death - the ultimate goal is to understand this disease well enough to find rational strategies towards a therapy, if not a cure.
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