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Kedan He

Assistant Professor
Physical Sciences

Dr. He holds M.S. in Materials Sciences from the University of Alabama in Huntsville and received her Ph.D. in Computational Chemistry from the University of Georgia. Her current research interest is in applying cheminformatics and machine learning to solve practical problems from discovering novel bioactive small molecules to reduce the environmental impact of harmful toxic chemicals.

Research Interests
  • Ligand-based drug design
  • Machine learning and data analysis
  • Molecular simulation
Of Note

Dr. He is a member of the MERCURY consortium. Molecular Education and Research Consortium in Undergraduate computational chemistRY (MERCURY) is an NSF-funded consortium composed of 29 computational chemistry faculty from 25 primarily undergraduate institutions (PUIs) across the US. The consortium members share NSF-funded high-performance computing (HPC) resources and meet at an annual MERCURY conference to present their research and network.