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Anne Brown holds a PhD degree in Biochemistry. Anne’s specific expertise is in using high performance computing for molecular dynamics simulations and virtual screening, focusing on molecular mechanisms, protein structure-function relationships, and drug design. She is also involved in the training and mentorship of undergraduate research students in these areas. Anne collaborates with faculty and students on the integration of computational thinking and discipline-specific computational tools relevant to science informatics tools (bioinformatics, cheminformatics, etc) into their research or classroom. In addition, she consults on and help researchers with data analysis, data publishing, and data visualization.