H O N G L I A N G   X U Department of Structural Biology , State University of New York at Buffalo

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"Mathematics is queen of the sciences and arithmetic is the queen of Mathematics. She often condescends to render service to astronomy and other natural sciences, but under all circumtances the first place is her due" -- Carl Friedrich Gauss
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Senior Research Scientist at the Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute (HWI), and Assistant Professor at the Department of Structural Biology, School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo. Received Ph.D. in Mathematics from SUNY at Buffalo in 1998, M.S. in Industrial Engineering from SUNY at Buffalo in 1996, and M.S. & B.S. in Mathematics from Peking University (China) in 1986 & 1983, respectively. Member of ACA, SIAM, AMS.

Hauptman-Woodward
Medical Research Institute
Dept. of Structural Biology
700 Ellicott Street
Buffalo, NY 14203-1102
Phone: (716) 898-8634
Fax: (716) 898-8660
Email: xu@hwi.buffalo.edu
Website @ UB
Website @ HWI
Hongliang Xu
RESEARCH INTERESTS RESEARCH PROJECTS
Direct Methods
Computational crystallography
Mathematical Biology
Shake-and-Bake - Dual-space Direct Methods of Phase Determination
SnB - Program for Determining Crystal Structures
BnP - Program for Complete Protein Phasing
RESEARCH SUPPORTS RESEARCH GROUP
New Methods for Directly Determining Inorganic Crystal Structuures from Powder X-ray Diffraction Data
Knowledge Building Grant (ExxoxMobil Research and Engineering), 2009-2010
New Methods of Biomolecular Structure Determination (Project I: Direct Methods of Phase Determination)
NIH grant GM46733, 1996-2000
NIH grant EB002057, 2001-2006
Novel Algorithms for Crystallographic Computing (Co-PI)
NIH grant GM72023, 2004-2009
Dr. Herbert A. Hauptman
Distinguished Professor & Nobel Laureate
Dr. Charles M. Weeks
Professor & Senior Research Scientist
Dr. Russ Miller
Distinguished Professor & Senior Research Scientist


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