PUBLICATIONS

TUTORIALS INVITED TALKS TALKS POSTERS

* – corresponding authors

PREPRINTS

44) Samuel Russell, P.P., Rickard, M.M., Pogorelov*, T.V., and Gruebele*, M.,  “Metabolons, quinary structure, and domain motion: enzyme choreography in the cytoplasm,” bioRxiv, 2022 DOI: 10.1101/2022.09.13.507800v1

PUBLISHED
43) Scaletti, C., Samuel Russell, P.P., Hebel, K.J., Rickard, M.M., Boob, M., Danksagmüller, F., Taylor, S.A., Pogorelov, T.V., and Gruebele, M., “Sonification and visualization of hydrogen bonding interactions during the protein folding transition,” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 121, e2319094121, 2024. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2319094121 PMID: 38768341. PMCID: PMC11145292 (available on 2024-11-20). Press Release. Video.

42) Samuel Russell, P.P., Maytin, A.K., Rickard, M.M., Russell, M.C., Pogorelov*, T.V., and Gruebele*, M.,  “Metastable States in the Hinge-Bending Landscape of an Enzyme in an Atomistic Cytoplasm Simulation,” J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 15, 940-946, 2024. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpclett.3c03134 PMID: 38252018. PMCID: in progress (available on YYYY-MM-DD).

41) Della Ripa, L.A., Courtney, J.M., Samantha M. Phinney, S.M., Borcik, C.G., Burke*, M.D., Rienstra*, C.M., Pogorelov*, T.V. “Segmental Dynamics of Membranous Cholesterol are Coupled.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. (Communication), 145, 15043–15048, 2023. Press release. DOI: 10.1021/jacs.3c01775. PMID: 37410392 PMCID: PMC10638920 (available on 2024-07-19)

40) Samuel Russell, P.P., Alaeen, S., and Pogorelov, T.V., “In-cell dynamics: the next focus of all-atom simulations,” J. Phys. Chem. B, 127, 9863-9872, 2023. Perspective & Cover article. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcb.3c05166
PMID: 37793083 PMCID: PMC10874638 (available on 2024-11-23)

39) Maji, A., Soutar, C.P.,  Zhang, J., Lewandowska, A., Uno, B.E., Yan, S., Shelke, Y., Murhade, G., Nimerovsky, E., Borcik, C.G., Arango, A.S., Lange, J.D., Lyu, Y., Bailey, K.L., Roady, P.J., Holler, J.T., Khandelwal, A., SantaMaria, A.M., Sanchez, H., Juvvadi, P.R., Johns, G., Hageman, M.J., Krise, J., Gebremariam, T., Youssef, R., Bartizal, K., Marr, K.A., Steinbach, W.J., Ibrahim, A.S., Patterson, T.F., Wiederhold, N.P., Andes, D.R., Pogorelov, T.V., Schwieters, C.D., Fan, T.M., Rienstra, C.M., Burke, M., “Tuning sterol extraction kinetics yields a renal sparing polyene antifungal,” Nature, 623, 1079–1085, 2023. DOI: 10.1038/s41586-023-06710-4 (Research briefings). PMID: 37938782  PMCID: PMC10883201 Press Releases: UIUC, Science

38) Cheng, K., De Lio, A.M., Jain, R., Paul, D., Morrissey*, J.H., Pogorelov*, T.V. “Lactadherin’s Multistate Binding Predicts Stable Membrane-bound Conformations of Factors V and VIII’s C domains,” Biochemistry, 62, 3020-3032, 2023. DOI: 10.1021/acs.biochem.3c00274
PMID: 37747791  PMCID: PMC10903746 (available on 2024-10-17)

37) McKenzie, D.M., Wirth, D., Pogorelov, T.V., and Hristova, K. “Utility of FRET in studies of membrane protein oligomerization: the concept of the effective dissociation constant,” Biophys. J., 122, 4113–4120, 2023. DOI: 10.1016/j.bpj.2023.09.011. bioRxiv, DOI: 10.1101/2023.05.16.540587
PMID: 37735871, PMCID: PMC10598290 (available on 2024-10-17)

36) Samuel Russell, P.P., Rickard, M.M., Boob., M., Gruebele*, M., and Pogorelov*, T.V., “In silico protein dynamics in the human cytoplasm: partial folding, misfolding, fold switching, and non-native interactions,” Prot. Sci., e4790, 2023. DOI: 10.1002/pro.4790 PMID: 37774143 PMCID: PMC10578126 (available on 2024-11-01)

35) Boob, M., Sukenik, S., Gruebele*, M., Pogorelov*, T.V., “TMAO: Protecting Proteins from Feeling the Heat,” Biophys. J., 122, 1414–1422, 2023. DOI: 10.1016/j.bpj.2023.03.008 ChemRxiv 10.26434/chemrxiv-2022-40z5x-v2
PMID: 36351243 PMCID: PMC9955758

34) Rickard, M.M., Luo, H., De Lio, A. M., Gruebele*, M., Pogorelov*, T.V. “Impact of the Cellular Environment on ATP Conformations,” J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 13, 9809-9814, 2022. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpclett.2c02375 PMID: 36228115, PMCID: PMC10077521

33) Rice, A.J., Pelton, J.M., Kramer, N.J., Catlin, D.S., Nair, S.K., Pogorelov, T.V., Mitchell, D.A., Bowers, A.A., “Enzymatic pyridine aromatization during thiopeptide biosynthesis,” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 46, 21116–21124, 2022. DOI: 10.1021/jacs.2c07377 PMID: 36351243 PMCID: PMC9955758

32) Gu, W., Zheng, Y., M., Pogorelov, T.V., Nair, S., Schmidt, E.W. “Control of Nucleophile Chemoselectivity in Cyanobactin YcaO Heterocyclases PatD and TruD,” ACS Chem. Biol., 17, 1215–1225, 2022. DOI:10.1021/acschembio.2c00147 ChemRxiv: 10.26434/chemrxiv.14594562.v1 PMID: 35420020, PMCID: PMC9531582

31) Scaletti, C., Rickard, M.M., Hebel, K.J., Pogorelov, T.V., Taylor, S.A., and Gruebele, M., “Sonification-enhanced lattice model animations for teaching the protein folding reaction,” J. Chem. Ed., 99, 1220−1230, 2022. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jchemed.1c00857. Press release.

30) Lewandowska, A., Soutar, C.P., Greenwood, A.I., Nimerovsky, E., De Lio, A.M., Holler, J.T., Hisao, G.S., Khandelwal, A., Zhang, J., Schwieters, C.D., Pogorelov*, T.V., Burke*, M.D., Rienstra*, C.M., “Fungicidal Amphotericin B Sponges are Assemblies of Staggered Asymmetric Head-to-Tail Homodimers Encasing Large Void Volumes,” Nat. Struct. Mol. Biol., 28, 972–981, 2021. DOI: 10.1038/s41594-021-00685-4 PMID: 34887566. PMCID: PMC9336184. Press release.

29) Ramesh, S., Guo, X., DiCaprio, A.J., De Lio, A.M., Harris, L.A., Kille, B., Pogorelov, T.V., Mitchell, D.A. “Bioinformatics-Guided Expansion and Discovery of Graspetides.” ACS Chem. Biol., 16, 2787-2797, 2021. DOI: 10.1021/acschembio.1c00672 PMID: 34766760. PMCID: PMC8688276.

28) Light, T.P., Gomez-Soler, M., Wang., Z., Karl, K., Zapata-Mercado, E., Gehring, M.P., Lechtenberg, B.C., Pogorelov, T.V., Hristova, K., Pasquale, E.B., “A Cancer Mutation Promotes EphA4 Oligomerization and Signaling by Altering the Conformation of the SAM Domain,” J. Biol. Chem., 297, 100876, 2021. DOI: 10.1016/j.jbc.2021.100876. PMID: 34139238, PMCID: PMC8260879.

27) Rickard, M.M., Zhang, Y., Pogorelov*, T.V., and Gruebele*, M.,  “Crowding, Sticking, and Partial Folding of GTT WW Domain in a Small Cytoplasm Model.” J. Phys. Chem. B, 124, 4732-4740, 2020. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcb.0c02536. PMID: 32463238.

26) Song, J., Malwal, S.R., Baig. N., Schurig-Briccio, L.A., Gao, Z., Vaidya, G.S., Yang, K., Abutaleb, N., Seleem, M., Qu., S., Gennis, R.B., Pogorelov, T.V., Oldfield, E., Feng, X. “Discovery of Prenyltransferase Inhibitors with In vitro and In vivo Antibacterial Activity.”  ACS Infect. Dis., 6, 2979–2993, 2020. DOI: 10.1021/acsinfecdis.0c00472 PMID: 33085463.

25) Wang., Z., Fan, H., Hu, X., Khamo, J.,  Diao,*.J., Zhang*, K., Pogorelov*, T.V., “Coaction of electrostatic and hydrophobic interactions: dynamic constraints on disordered TrkA juxtamembrane domain,” J. Phys. Chem. B, 123, 10709-10717, 2019. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcb.9b09352 ChemRxiv: 9847190.v2 PMID: 31751135. PMCID: PMC7162675.

24) Rickard, M.M., Zhang, Y., Gruebele*, M., and Pogorelov*, T.V.  “In cell protein-protein contacts: transient interactions in the crowd.” J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 10, 5667-5673, 2019. LiveSlides. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpclett.9b01556. PMID: 31483661.

23) Prigozhin, M.B., Zhang, Y., Schulten, K., Gruebele*, M., Pogorelov*, T.V. “Fast pressure jump experiments and all-atom simulations reveal site-specific protein dehydration-folding dynamics.” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 116, 5356–5361, 2019. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1814927116. PMID: 30837309. PMCID: PMC6431218

22) Singharoy, A., Maffeo, C., Delgado-Magnero, K.H., Swainsbury, D.J.K., Sener, M., Kleinekathöfer, U., Vant, J.W., Nguyen, J., Hitchcock, A., Isralewitz, B., Teo, I., Chandler, D.E, Stone, J.E., Phillips, J.C, Pogorelov, T.V., Mallus, M.I., Chipot, C, Luthey-Schulten, Z., Tieleman, D.P., Hunter, C.N., Tajkhorshid, E., Aksimentiev, A., Schulten, K. “Atoms to phenotypes: molecular design principles of cellular energy metabolism.”  Cell, 179, 1098-1111, 2019. DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2019.10.021 Preview Commentary
PMID: 31730852, PMCID: PMC7075482

21) Hudson, G.A., Burkhart, B.J., DiCaprio, A.J., Schwalen, C., Kille, B., Pogorelov, T.V., Mitchell, D.A. “Bioinformatic mapping of radical SAM-dependent RiPPs identifies new Cα, Cβ, and Cγ-linked thioether-containing peptides.” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 141, 8228-8238, 2019. DOI: 10.1021/jacs.9b01519. PMID: 31059252 PMCID: PMC6622460

20) Hallock, M.J., Greenwood, A., Wang, Y., Morrissey, J.H., Tajkhorshid, E., Rienstra, C.M., Pogorelov*, T.V., “Calcium-induced sculpturing of the plasma membrane: lipid microclusters cast by anionic lipids.” Biochemistry, 57, 6897-6905, 2018. DOI: 10.1021/acs.biochem.8b01069. PMID: 30456950 PMCID: PMC6475452

19) Cogan, D.P., Hudson, G.A., Zhang, Z., Pogorelov, T.V., van der Donk, W.A., Mitchell, D.A., and Nair, S.K., Structural insights into enzymatic [4+2] aza-cycloaddition in thiopeptide antibiotic biosynthesis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 114,  12928-12933, 2017. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1716035114. PMID: 29158402. PMCID: PMC5724283

18) Vermaas, J.V., Pogorelov, T.V.,  and Tajkhorshid, E., Extension of the Highly Mobile Membrane Mimetic to Transmembrane Systems through Customized in Silico Solvents. J. Phys. Chem. B. 121, 3764-3776, 2017. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcb.6b11378. PMID: 28241729, PMCID: PMC5558153.

17) Sukenik, S., Pogorelov*, T.V., and Gruebele*, M. Can Local Probes Go Global? A Joint Experiment-Simulation Analysis of λ6-85 Folding. J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 7, 1960-1965, 2016. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpclett.6b00582. PMID: 27101436.

16) Skeby, K.K., Andersen, O. J., Pogorelov, T.V., Tajkhorshid, E., and Schiøtt,B., Conformational Dynamics of the Human Islet Amyloid Polypeptide in a Membrane Environment – Towards the Aggregation Prone Form. Biochemistry, 55, 2031-2042, 2016. DOI: 10.1021/acs.biochem.5b00507. PMID: 26953503.

15) Baylon, J.L., Vermaas, J.V., Muller, M., Arcario, M.J., Pogorelov, T.V., and Tajkhorshid., E. Atomic-Level Description of Protein–Lipid Interactions Using an Accelerated Membrane Model. BBA – Biomembranes, 1858, 1573-1583, 2016. DOI: 10.1016/j.bbamem.2016.02.027. PMID: 26940626, PMCID: PMC4877275.

14) Davis, S.A., Della Ripa, L.A., Hu, L., Cioffi, A.G., Pogorelov, T.V., Rienstra, C.M. and Burke, M.D., The C3-OH of Amphotericin B Plays an Important Role in Ion Conductance. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 137, 15102-15104, 2015. DOI: 10.1021/jacs.5b05766. PMID: 26580003, PMCID: PMC4687485.

13) Qi, Y., Cheng, X., Lee, J., Vermaas, J.V., Pogorelov, T.V., Tajkhorshid, E., Klauda, J.B., and Im, W., CHARMM-GUI HMMM Builder for Membrane Simulations with the Highly Mobile Membrane Mimetic Model. Biophys. J., 109, 2012-2022, 2015. DOI: 10.1016/j.bpj.2015.10.008. PMID: 26588561, PMCID: PMC4656882.

12) Prigozhin, M.B., Chao, S.-H., Sukenik, S., Pogorelov*, T.V., and Gruebele*, M. Mapping fast protein folding with multiple-site fluorescent probes. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 112, 7966-7971, 2015.  ACS Chemical Biology Spotlight. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1422683112. PMID: 26080403, PMCID: PMC4491763.

11) Anisimov, V.M., Hallock, M.J., Pogorelov*, T.V. Computational Discovery Desktop. In Proceedings of the 2015 Annual Conference on Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE ’15). ACM, New York, NY, USA, Article 43, 6 pages. DOI: 10.1145/2792745.2792788.

10) Vermaas, J.V., Baylon, J.L., Arcario, M.J., Muller, M., Wu, Z., Pogorelov, T.V., and Tajkhorshid., E. Efficient Exploration of Membrane-Associated Phenomena at Atomic Resolution. J. Membrane Biol., 248, 563-582, 2015. DOI: 10.1007/s00232-015-9806-9. PMID: 25998378, PMCID: PMC4490090.

9) Pogorelov, T.V., Vermaas, J. V., Arcario, M.J., and Tajkhorshid, E. Partitioning of amino acids into a model membrane: capturing the interface.  J. Phys. Chem. B., 118, 1481–1492, 2014. DOI: 10.1021/jp4089113. PMID: 24451004, PMCID: PMC3983343.

8) Goodman, J.S., Chao, S.-H., Pogorelov*, T.V., and Gruebele*, M. Filling up the heme pocket stabilizes apomyoglobin and speeds up its folding. J. Phys. Chem. B., 118, 6511−6518, 2014. DOI: 10.1021/jp412459z. PMID: 24456280, PMCID: PMC4065233.

7) Ohkubo Y.Z., Pogorelov T.V., Arcario M.J., Christensen G., and Tajkhorshid E. The Membrane Mimetic Model for Rapid and Spontaneous Membrane Binding of Membrane-Anchoring Proteins. Biophys. J., 102, 2130-2139, 2012. Cover Art, Blog Entry. DOI: 10.1016/j.bpj.2012.03.015. PMID: 22824277,  PMCID: PMC3341550.

6) Tavoosi, N., Davis-Harrison, R.L., Pogorelov, T.V., Ohkubo, Y.Z., Arcario, M.J., Clay, M.C., Rienstra, C.M., Tajkhorshid, E., and Morrissey, J.H. Molecular determinants of phospholipid synergy in blood clotting. J. Biol. Chem., 286, 23247-23253, 2011.  Cover Art, Press Release. DOI: 10.1074/jbc.M111.251769. PMID: 21561861, PMCID: PMC3123091.

5) Morrissey, J.H, Davis-Harrison, R.L., Tavoosi, N., Ke, K., Pureza, V., Boettcher, J.M., Clay, M.C., Rienstra, C.M., Ohkubo, Y.Z., Pogorelov, T.V., Tajkhorshid, E. Protein-phospholipid interactions in blood clotting. Thromb. Res., 125, S23-S25, 2010.  DOI: 10.1016/j.thromres.2010.01.027. PMID: 20129649, PMCID: PMC2838931.

4) Virshup, A.M., Punwong, C., Pogorelov, T.V., Lindquist, B.A., Ko, C., and Martínez, T.J. Photodynamics in complex environments: ab initio multiple spawning quantum mechanical/molecular mechanical dynamics.  J. Phys. Chem. B., 113, 3280-3291, 2009. Feature article. DOI: 10.1021/jp8073464. PMID: 19090684

3) Pogorelov, T.V., Autenrieth F., Roberts, E. and Luthey-Schulten, Z. Cytochrome c2 exit strategy: dissociation studies and evolutionary implications. J. Phys. Chem. B., 111, 618-634, 2007. Cover Article. DOI: 10.1021/jp064973i, PMID: 17228920

2) Pogorelov, T. V. and Luthey-Schulten, Z. Variations of the fast folding rates of λ-repressor: a hybrid molecular dynamics study. Biophysical J., 87, 207-214, 2004. DOI: 10.1529/biophysj.104.042861. PMID: 15240458, PMCID: PMC1304343

1) Hardin C., Pogorelov T.V., and Luthey-Schulten Z. Ab initio protein structure prediction. Curr. Op. Struc. Bio., 12, 176-181, 2002. DOI: 10.1016/S0959-440X(02)00306-8. PMID: 11959494

TUTORIALS

Location

12) Xia, Y., De Lio, A.M., and Pogorelov, T.V. “Simulating Vibrationally-resolved Electronic Spectra Using Gaussian,” School of Chemical Sciences, UIUC, 2020.

11) McKee, S.A. and Pogorelov, T.V. “Determining the pKa of Simple Molecules Using Gaussian,” School of Chemical Sciences, UIUC, 2019.

10) Hallock, M. J. and Pogorelov, T. V. “Basics of membrane-protein interactions using molecular dynamics with NAMD, VMD, and CHARMM-GUI,” School of Chemical Sciences, UIUC, 2016.

9) Pogorelov, T. V. “Quantum Chemistry with Gaussian using GaussView,” School of Chemical Sciences, UIUC, 2013.

8) Pogorelov, T. V. “Introduction to Quantum chemistry with Spartan,” School of Chemical Sciences, UIUC, 2015.

7) Pogorelov, T. V. and M. Hallock, “Introduction to Molecular Mechanics with MOE: Why GFP needs a beta-barrel shell?” School of Chemical Sciences, UIUC, 2016

6) Pogorelov, T. V. “Protein-ligand docking with Molecular Operating Environment (MOE),” School of Chemical Sciences, UIUC, 2011.

5) Pogorelov, T. V. and M. Hallock, “Quantum chemistry with Gaussian: a very brief introduction II,” School of Chemical Sciences, UIUC, 2011.

4) Pogorelov, T. V. and M. Hallock, “Quantum chemistry with Gaussian: a very brief introduction park I,” School of Chemical Sciences, UIUC, 2011.

3) Pogorelov, T. V. and M. Hallock, “Introduction to LINUX/UNIX for computational chemistry,” School of Chemical Sciences, UIUC, 2017.

2) Autenrieth F., Isralewitz B., Luthey-Schulten Z., Sethi A., and  Pogorelov T.,“Bioinformatics, Sequence and Structural Alignment,” Theoretical and Computational Biophysics Group, Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology,  UIUC, 2003. 

1) Pogorelov, T. V., “EKG QRS Detection Algorithm,” MathSource, Wolfram Research Inc., 1998.

INVITED TALKS

33) Comparative Biosciences, UIUC, Urbana, IL; September 11, 2023. “Capturing biomolecular dynamics in the cell: making a match between simulations and experiments.“

32) Gordon Research Conference on Computational Aspects of Biomolecular NMR, Mount Snow, West Dover, VT; June 20, 2023. “Comparative Coupled Dynamics of Sterols: Cholesterol and Ergosterol – It’s All (Mostly) in the Tail.”

31) Biophysics Student Chapter, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ;  March 22, 2023. “Becoming a biophysicist: not the steepest descent approach …or is it?“ (Student Invited).

30) Biological Physics, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ; March 22, 2023 (scheduled). “Capturing biomolecular dynamics in the cell: making a match between simulations and experiments.“

29) Illinois Biophysics Student Society, UIUC, Urbana, IL; March 20, 2023. “Becoming a biophysicist: not the steepest descent approach …or is it?“ (Student Invited).

28) Institute of Science and Technology (ISTA), Vienna, Austria; December 20, 2022 (scheduled). “Life in the cytoplasm: protein-protein interactions, protein folding, and metabolite dynamics.” 

27) Physical Chemistry, NC State, Raleigh, NC; September 13, 2022. “Capturing biomolecular dynamics in the cell: making a match between simulations and experiments.“

26) 6th Biennial Symposium on Optical Micro-spectroscopy & Molecular Imaging. University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI; August 26, 2022 “Mapping mechanisms cell signaling through membrane.”

25) Am. Chem. Soc. Meeting, Chicago, IL, USA; August 23, 2022. “Life in the cytoplasm: protein-protein interactions, protein folding, and metabolite dynamics.”

24) Gordon Research Conference on Protein Folding Dynamics, Galveston, TX, USA; January 7, 2020. “Protein folding dynamics with multiprobes.”

23) Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China; December 2, 2019. “Capturing dynamic signaling biomolecular structures in complex environments: making a match between simulations and experiments.”

22) University of Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan; November 18, 2019. “Capturing dynamic signaling biomolecular structures in complex environments: making a match between simulations and experiments.”

21) University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland; June 7, 2019. “Capturing dynamic signaling biomolecular structures in complex environments: making a match between simulations and experiments.”

20) Institut de Biologie Physico-Chimique, Paris, France; December 17, 2018. “Capturing dynamic signaling biomolecular structures in complex environments: making a match between simulations and experiments.”

19) Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA; June 11, 2018. “Membrane-associated phenomena: capturing dynamic biomolecular structures in complex environments.”

18) Institut Pasteur, Paris, France; May 25, 2018. “Membrane-associated phenomena: capturing dynamic molecular structures in complex environments.”

17) Centro di Ricerca di Risonaze Magnetiche (CERM), University of Florence, Italy; November 06, 2017. “Membrane-associated phenomena: capturing dynamic structures in complex environments.”

16) ChBE Faculty Meeting Talk, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL; September 29, 2017. “Theoretical and experimental chemistry: collaborative efforts to capture dynamic structures in complex environments.”

15) Chemistry Faculty Meeting Talk, Department of Chemistry, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL; September 18, 2017. “Theoretical and experimental chemistry: collaborative efforts to capture dynamic structures in complex environments.”

14) Solar Eclipse Membrane Symposium, Kansas University, Manhattan, Kansas; August 20, 2017. “Membranes as a Platform for protein activation: capturing dynamic lipid interface.”

13) National Center for Supercomputing Applications, XSEDE all-staff Meeting, Urbana, IL, June 23, 2017. “Membranes as a Platform for protein activation: capturing dynamic lipid interface.”

12) National Center for Supercomputing Applications, Urbana, IL, March 18, 2015. “An Open Environment for Automation of Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Membrane-Active Host Defense Peptide.”

11) Electronic Structure Interest Group, University of Illinois; December 5, 2014. “Membrane-peptide interactions: role of dynamics lipid interface.”

10) Stockholm University, Sweden; August 9, 2013. “Capturing membrane surface and protein-membrane interactions with molecular dynamics simulations.”

9) Spanish National Institute for Cardiovascular Research, Madrid, Spain; October 20, 2011. “Membranes as a platform for protein activation: capturing dynamics of lipid bilayers and protein-membrane interactions.”

8) Chemistry Department, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy; October 17, 2011. “Membranes as a platform for protein activation: capturing dynamics of lipid bilayers and protein-membrane interactions.”

7) BioQuant Institute, University of Heidelberg, Germany; October 04, 2011. “Membranes as a platform for protein activation: capturing dynamics of lipid bilayers and protein-membrane interactions.”

6) Inorganic Chemistry Seminar, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL; May 6, 2010. “Overview of Computational Chemistry.”

5) 1st Annual Symposium of Frontiers in Theoretical Chemistry, Center for Advanced Theory and Molecular Simulation, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL; May 31, 2006. “The cytochrome c2 – reaction center transient complex: dissociation studies and evolutionary implications.”

4) Laboratory of Cell Biology, National Cancer Institute, NIH, Bethesda, MD; March 24, 2006. “Modeling of the cytochrome c2 – reaction center transient complex: dissociation studies and evolutionary implications.”

3) Theoretical and Computational Biophysics Group, NIH Resource, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL; January 2005. “Undocking of cyt c2 from the Reaction Center: the Tumbleweed Model.”

2) Laboratory for Fluorescence Dynamics Laboratory, NIH Resource, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL; October 2004. “Folding mechanisms of fast folding proteins: a hybrid molecular dynamics approach.”

1) 36th Annual Graduation Luncheon of Upward Bound College Prep Academy, University of Illinois, IL; August 2002. Commencement address, “On the role of education.”

TALKS

26) Samuel Russell, P.P., Rickard, M.M., Gruebele, M., Pogorelov, T.V., “Life in the cytoplasm: computational microscope captures in-cell protein dynamics,” EMBL Symposium Seeing is Believing, Heidelberg, Germany, October 06, 2023.

25) Samuel Russell, P.P., Rickard, M.M., Luo, H., Zhang, Y., Gruebele, M., Pogorelov, T.V., “Protein folding dynamics in-cell: lessons from E. coli and in H. sapiens cytoplasms,” Am. Chem. Soc. Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, March 27, 2023

24) Rosenboom, D., Scaletti, C., Gruebele, M., Taylor, S.A., Rickard, M., Pogorelov, T.V., “Mapping Numbers to Sound—From Scientific Exploration to Immersive Musical Experience,” Art+Sci Demonstration, UIUC, October 10, 2022.

23) Soutar, C.P., Lewandowska, A., Maji, A., Yan, Su, Zhang, J., Pogorelov, T.V., Burke, M.D., Rienstra, C.M., Insights into the structure-function relationship of amphotericin B-sterol aggregates, Am. Chem. Soc. Meeting, March 20-24, San Diego, 2022.

22) Boob, M., Sakhnini, Y., Pogorelov, T.V., Gruebele, M., Protein Adaptation in Extremophiles: a Story of Sequence and Structure, Biophysical Society 66th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, February 19-23, 2022.

21) Gruebele, M., Taylor, S.A., Rickard, M., Pogorelov, T.V.  Scaletti, C., and Hebel, K.J., “Exploring the WW Domain using Sound,” Illinois Physics Art Science Festival 2021, April 23-25, 2021. Virtual.

20) Cheng, K.J., De Lio, A. M., Lewandowska, A., Soutar, C.P., Burke, M.D., Rienstra, C.M., Pogorelov, T.V., “Describing Antifungal Drug-Sterol Interactions Inside the Membrane: the Role of Dynamics,” Biophysical Society 65th Annual Meeting, Virtual, February 22-26, 2021 .

19) Pogorelov, T.V., 5th Biennial Symposium on Optical Micro-spectroscopy & Molecular Imaging. University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI; August 19, 2019.  Mapping mechanisms of fast protein folding with multiple probes.

18) Pogorelov*, T.V.,Prigozhin, M.B., Zhang, Y., Schulten, K., and Gruebele, M. Biophysical Society Meeting, Platform Session, Baltimore, MD; March 3, 2019. “Fast pressure reveals site-specific protein dehydration folding dynamics.”

17) Pogorelov*, T.V.,Prigozhin, M.B., Zhang, Y., Schulten, K., and Gruebele, M. Les Houches – TSRC Protein Dynamics Workshop. Les Houches, France; May 28, 2018. “A wet molten globule ensemble in a fast folding protein revealed by multiple-site fluorescent probes.”

16) Pogorelov*, T.V., Hallock, M.J., Greenwood, A., Yan Wang, Y., James H. Morrissey, J.H., Tajkhorshid, E., Chad Rienstra, C.M., Biophysical Society Meeting, Platform Session, New Orleans, LA; February 2017. “Calcium-induced sculpturing of the plasma membrane: lipid microclusters cast by anionic lipids.”

15) Della Ripa, L.A., Cio, A.G., Phinney,S., Shi, X., Pogorelov, T.V., Burke, M.D., and Rienstra, C.M., Biophysical Society Meeting, Platform Session, Los Angeles, CA; February 2016. ”Atomic Resolution Studies of Sterol Interactions by Solid-state NMR Spectroscopy.”

14) Pogorelov*, T.V., Prigozhin, M.B., Chao, S.-H., Sukenik, S., and Gruebele, M., CECAM Workshop on Free energy landscapes for protein folding. Consensus or dissensus? ETHZ, Zurich, Switzerland; October 2015. “Mapping fast protein folding with multiple-site fluorescent probes.”

13) Pogorelov, T.V., Anisimov, V.M., Hallock, M.J., Annual Conference of the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE ’15), St. Louis, MO; July 2015. ”Computational Discovery Desktop.”

12) Biological Membranes and Membrane Proteins Meeting, Telluride, CO; July, 2015. “Capturing interactions of FGFR domains with mobile membranes.”

11) Biophysical Society Meeting, Platform Session, Baltimore, MD; February 10, 2015. “Mapping the mechanism of fast protein folding with multiple probes.”

10) Illinois Hemostasis Consortium Seminar, March 2014. Urbana, IL. “Lipid clustering in presence of ions.”

9) Illinois Hemostasis Consortium Seminar, September 2013. Urbana, IL. “Lipid clustering in presence of ions.”

8) Vermaas, J. V., Pogorelov, T. V., and Tajkhorshid, E. Mini-Symposium on Computational Approaches, Membrane Protein Structural Dynamics Consortium, May 2013. Chicago, IL. “Developing Novel in silico Solvents to Mimic Model Membranes.”

7) Arcario, M. J., Pogorelov, T. V., Ohkubo, Y. Z. and Tajkhorshid, E. “The HMMM Model and Membrane–Binding of Talin,” Membrane Protein Interest Group Seminar, 2013. Urbana, IL.

6) Biophysical Society Meeting, Platform Session, Philadelphia, PA; February 03, 2013. “Host defense peptides: molecular details of attack on bacterial and neoplastic mammalian model membranes.”

5) Biophysical Society Meeting, Platform Session, San Diego, CA; February 24, 2012. “Glycophorin A transmembrane helix insertion, positioning and dimerization in model membranes.”

4) Biological Membranes and Membrane Proteins Meeting, Snowmass Village, CO; June 28, 2011. “Full-atom dynamics of membrane insertion and dimerization of glycophorin A.”

3) Biophysical Society Meeting, Platform Session, Baltimore, MD; March 7, 2011. “Characterizing structure and dynamics of calcium-induced clusters of phosphatidylserine in mixed lipid bilayers.”

2) 1st Postdoctoral Research Symposium, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL; January 20, 2011. “How to chose your lipids: headgroup dynamics and structure.”

1) 36th American Chemical Society Great Lakes Regional Meeting, Peoria, IL; October 17, 2004. “Folding mechanisms of fast folding proteins: a hybrid molecular dynamics study.”

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

59) Lewandowska, A., Thornell, I.M., Soutar, C., Green, K., Lange, J.D., Miller, D., Tarara, T., Pogorelov, T.V., Rienstra, C.M., Welsh, M.J., Weers, J., Burke M.D. “A Rationally Designed Molecular Prosthetic for Cystic Fibrosis,” North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference, Philadelphia, PA, November 3-5, 2022. 

58) Rickard, M., Luo, H., De Lio, A. M., Zhang, Y., Gruebele, M., Pogorelov, T.V. “Life in the crowded cell: protein-protein interactions, protein folding, and metabolite dynamics,” Les Houches-TSRC Protein Dynamics Workshop, Aussois, France, May 22-27, 2022.

57) Della Ripa, L.A., Courtney, A.M., Phinney, S., Burke, M.D., Rienstra, C.M., Pogorelov, T.V., ”Coupled Segmental Dynamics of Membranous Cholesterol Captured by 3D Solid-State NMR and MD Simulations.” XIIth International Conference NMR: a Tool for Biology, Institut Pasteur, Paris, France, May 2-4, 2022

56) Cheng, K.J., Campolargo, J.D., Pogorelov, T.V., Encounters in the Membrane: The role of charged peptides in bilayer disruption, Biophysical Society 66th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, February 19-23, 2022. 

55) Cheng, K.J., De Lio, A. M., Lewandowska, A., Soutar, C.P., Burke, M.D., Rienstra, C.M., Pogorelov, T.V., “Revealing Key Intermediate Dynamics between Antifungal Drug and Sterol Binding Partners,” The Protein Society 35th Anniversary Symposium, Virtual, July 7-14, 2021.

54) Boob, M., Sukenik, S., Pogorelov, T.V., and Gruebele, M. “How does TMAO protect proteins from feeling the heat?” The Protein Society 35th Anniversary Symposium, Virtual, July 7-14, 2021.

53) Cheng, K.J., De Lio, A. M., Lewandowska, A., Soutar, C.P., Burke, M.D., Rienstra, C.M., Pogorelov, T.V., “Uncovering Structure-Function Relationship Between an Antifungal drug, Membranes and Sterols,” Les Houches Protein Dynamics Workshop, Virtual, May 18-19, 2021.

52) Boob, M., Sukenik, S., Pogorelov, T.V., and Gruebele, M. “How does TMAO protect proteins from feeling the heat?” Les Houches Protein Dynamics Workshop, Virtual, May 18-19, 2021.

51) Cheng, K.J., De Lio, A. M., Lewandowska, A., Soutar, C.P., Burke, M.D., Rienstra, C.M., Pogorelov, T.V., “Uncovering Structure-Function Relationship Between an Antifungal drug, Membranes and Sterols,” PDB50: A special symposium celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Protein Data Bank, ASBMB, Virtual, May 4-5, 2021.

50) Rickard, M., De Lio, A. M., Pogorelov, T.V. “The Impact of Local Environment on Simulated Metabolite Conformations,” Biophysical Society 65th Annual Meeting, Virtual, February 22-26, 2021.
 
49) De Lio, A. M., Lee, A.S., Middleton, D., Pogorelov, T.V. “Medin – Membrane Interactions: Cleavage, Binding, and Aggregation,” Biophysical Society 65th Annual Meeting, Virtual, February 22-26, 2021.

48)  Light, T.P., Wang., Z., Karl, K., Zapata-Mercado, E.A., Pogorelov, T.V., Gray, J.J., Hristova, K. “The L920F EPHA4 Oncogenic Mutation Alters the SAM Domain Fold and Induces EphA4 Oligomerization,” Biophysical Society 65th Annual Meeting, Virtual, February 22-26, 2021.

47) Wang., Z., Fan, H., Hu, X., Khamo, J., Diao,*.J., Zhang*, K., Pogorelov*, T.V., “Coaction of Electrostatic and Hydrophobic Interactions: Dynamic Constraints on Disordered TrkA Juxtamembrane Domain,”  Biophysical Society 64th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, February 15-19, 2020.

46)  Light, T.P., Karl, K., Wang., Z., Pogorelov, T.V., Gray, J.J., Hristova, K. “Seeking the Interfaces of the Eph Receptor Interactions,”  Biophysical Society 64th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, February 15-19, 2020.

45) De Lio, A. M., Jain, R., Pogorelov, T.V. “Blood Coagulation Cascade: Charge Driven Initiation and Regulation,” Biophysical Society 64th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, February, 15-19, 2020.

44) Cheng, K.J., De Lio, A. M., Lewandowska, A., Della Ripa, L., Burke, M.D., Rienstra, C.M., Pogorelov, T.V., “Sterol interactions with Amphotericin sponge: dynamics drives affinity,” Biophysical Society 64th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, February 15-19, 2020.

43) De Lio, A. M., Jain, R., Pogorelov, T. V., “Charge Driven Protein-Lipid Interactions,” 33rd Annual Gibbs Society of Biological Thermodynamics Conference. Carbondale, Illinois; October 2019.

42) Rickard, M.M., Gruebele*, M., Taras V. Pogorelov*, T.V. “In Cell Protein-Protein Contacts: Transient Interactions in the Crowd,” 33rd Annual Gibbs Society of Biological Thermodynamics Conference. Carbondale, Illinois; October 2019.

41) Pogorelov, T.V., Della Ripa, L.A., Burke, M.D., and Rienstra, C.M., “Coupled Segmental Dynamics of Membranous Cholesterol Captured by Solid-State NMR and MD Simulations,” Gordon Research Conference on Computational Aspects of Biomolecular NMR, Les Diablerets, Switzerland, June 2019.

40) Zhang, Y., Prigozhin, M.B., Schulten, K., Gruebele, M., and Pogorelov, T.V., “Fast pressure jump experiments and all-atom simulations reveal site-specific protein dehydration-folding dynamics,” 33rdProtein Society Annual Symposium, Seattle, WA, June 2019

39) De Lio, A.M., Hallock, M. J., Pogorelov, T.V. “Functional Plasma Membrane Activation: Ions Take Charge,” Gordon Research Conference on Computational Aspects of Biomolecular NMR, Les Diablerets, Switzerland, June 2019.

38) Rickard, M.M., Gruebele*, M., Taras V. Pogorelov*, T.V. “In Cell Protein-Protein Contacts: Transient Interactions in the Crowd,” Gordon Research Conference on Proteins, Galveston, Holderness, NH, June 2019.

37) Hallock, M. J., Golubeva, Y. A., and Pogorelov. T. V., “Anionic lipids take charge: juxtamembrane domain interactions with cellular membranes” Biophysical Society 62th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, February 2018.

36) Boob, M., Sukenik, S., Pogorelov, T.V., and Gruebele, M. “The role of TMAO in Protein Folding: A joint experimental and simulation study,” Biophysical Society 62thAnnual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, February 2018

35) Zhang, Y., Prigozhin, M.B., Schulten, K., Pogorelov, T.V., and Gruebele, M. “Protein folding from under pressure: mechanistic insights from experiments and computation.,” Gordon Research Conference on Protein Folding Dynamics, Galveston, TX, January 2016.

34) Lewandowska, A., Greenwood, A.I., Hisao, G.S., Holler, J.T., Khandelwal, A., Pogorelov, T.V., Burke, M.D., Rienstra, C.M., “The Minimal Unit of the Amphotericin B Sponge is an Asymmetric Homodimer,” Chicago Area NMR Discussion Group, Pfizer Lake Forest Campus, Lake Forest, Il, November 04, 2017.

33) Hallock, M.J., Greenwood, A., Yan Wang, Y., James H. Morrissey, J.H., Tajkhorshid, E., Chad Rienstra, C.M., Pogorelov*, T.V., “Calcium-induced sculpturing of the plasma membrane: lipid microclusters cast by anionic lipids.” Gordon Research Conference on Computational Aspects of Biomolecular NMR, Grand Summit, ME, June 2017.

32) Hallock, M. J., Golubeva, Y. A., and Pogorelov. T. V., “Capturing Transmembrane Dimer Structures with Mobile Membrane: Point Mutations Take Change,” Biophysical Society 60th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, March 2016

31) Pogorelov, T.V., Prigozhin, M.B., Chao, S.-H., Sukenik, S., and Gruebele, M. “Mapping fast protein folding with multiple-site fluorescent probes,” Gordon Research Conference on Protein Folding Dynamics, Galveston, TX, January 2016.

30) Pogorelov, T.V., Prigozhin, M.B., Chao, S.-H., Sukenik, S., and Gruebele, M., Mapping fast protein folding with multiple-site fluorescent probes,” CECAM Workshop on Free energy landscapes for protein folding. Consensus or dissensus? ETHZ, Zurich, Switzerland, October 2015.

29) Pogorelov, T.V., and Tajkhorshid, E., “Lipid head group composition affects spontaneous insertion of glycophorin A transmembrane helices into model membranes,” FASEB Conference, Molecular Biophysics of Membranes, Big Sky, Montana, July 2014.

28) Goodman, J.S., Pogorelov*, T.V., Prigozhin, M.V., and Gruebele*, M., “Filling up the heme pocket stabilizes apomyoglobin and speeds up its folding,” 8th Annual Midwest Conference on Protein Folding, Assembly, and Molecular Motions, Notre Dame, IN, May 2013

27) Vermaas, J.V., Pogorelov, T.V., and Tajkhorshid, E., “Applications and Energetics of a Novel Atomistic Membrane Representation,” Missouri Symposium in Biophysics II: Membrane Proteins, Columbia, MO, March 2013.

26) Vermaas, J. V., Pogorelov, T. V., and Tajkhorshid, E., Design and Development of a Special-Purpose in silico Solvent for Use in a Highly Mobile Membrane Mimetic. DOE CSGF Annual Conference, Washington D.C., 2013.

25) Jay Goodman, Max Prigozhin, Taras V. Pogorelov, Martin Gruebele, “Myoglobin,” 7th Annual Midwest Conference on Protein Folding, Assembly, and Molecular Motions, Notre Dame, IN, April 2012

24) Clay, M.C., Boettcher, J.M., Davis-Harrison, R.L., Pogorelov, T.V., Ohkubo, Y.Z., Morrissey, J.H., Tajkhorshid, E., and Rienstra C.M., “SSNMR Study of the Structure and Function of Anionic Phospholipid Membranes in Blood Coagulation,” Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference, Miami, FL, April 2012

23) Pogorelov. T. V. and Tajkhorshid, E., “Glycophorin A transmembrane helix insertion, positioning and dimerization in model membranes,” University of Illinois Second Annual Postdoctoral Research Symposium, Beckman Institute, Urbana, IL, January 2012

22) Clay, M.C., Boettcher, J.M., Davis-Harrison, R.L., Pogorelov, T.V., Ohkubo, Y.Z., Morrissey, J.H., Tajkhorshid, E., and M.J., Rienstra, “Elucidating the Role of Phosphatidylserine in Blood Coagulation Using Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance,” The 35th Steenbock Symposium ‘Advances in Biomolecular NMR,’ University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, June 2011

21) Tavoosi, N., Davis-Harrison, R.L., Pogorelov, T.V., Ohkubo, Y.Z., Arcario, M.J., Clay, M.C., Rienstra, C.M., Tajkhorshid, E., and Morrissey, J.H., “A new hypothesis to explain the binding of blood clotting proteins to membranes,” FASEB Summer Research Conferences, “Proteases in Hemostasis & Vascular Biology,” Carefree, AZ, June 2011

20) Baylon, J., Pogorelov. T. V., and Tajkhorshid E., “Characterizing the membrane-bound state of influenza hemagglutinin fusion peptide using a highly mobile membrane mimetic model,” Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, March 2011

19) Ohkubo, Y.Z., Pogorelov, T.V., Arcario, M.J., and Tajkhorshid, E., “Spontaneous binding of membrane-anchoring proteins captured with a highly mobile membrane-mimetic model,” Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, March 2011

18) Pogorelov, T.V., Ohkubo, Y.Z., Arcario, M.J., and Tajkhorshid, E., “Phosphatidylcholine and phospahtidylethanolamine lipid bilayers: characterizing structure and dynamics,” 1st Postdoc Research symposium, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Beckman Institute, January 2011

17) Ohkubo, Y.Z., Pogorelov, T.V., Arcario, M.J., and Tajkhorshid, E., “Spontaneous binding of membrane-anchoring proteins captured with a highly mobile membrane-mimetic model,” 1st Postdoc Research symposium, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Beckman Institute, January 2011

16) Pogorelov, T.V., Ohkubo, Y.Z., Arcario, M.J., and Tajkhorshid, E., “Phosphatidylcholine and phospahtidylethanolamine lipid bilayers: characterizing structure and dynamics,” 23nd Annual Research Symposium, Cell and Molecular Biology & Molecular Biophysics Training Grants, October, 2010

15) Ohkubo, Y.Z., Pogorelov, T.V., Arcario, M.J., and Tajkhorshid, E., “Spontaneous binding of membrane-anchoring proteins captured by a novel membrane model,” 23nd Annual Research Symposium, Cell and Molecular Biology & Molecular Biophysics Training Grants, October, 2010

14) Pogorelov T. V., Ohkubo Y.Z., and Tajkhorshid E., “Characterizing the structure and dynamics of nanodics lipid bilayers of different compositions,” 8th Annual Biophysics and Computational Biology Symposium, UIUC, Urbana, IL May 2010

13) Pogorelov T. V., Ohkubo Y.Z., and Tajkhorshid E., “Characterizing the structure and dynamics of nanodics lipid bilayers of different compositions,” Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, February 2010

12) Pogorelov, T. V., Punwong, C., Lamothe, K., Martinez, T.J., “Proton transfer events in the green fluorescent protein: hybrid QM/MM simulations,” American Conference on Theoretical Chemistry, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, July 2008

11) Pogorelov, T. V., Punwong, C., Lamothe, K., Martinez, T.J., “Proton transfer events in the green fluorescent protein: hybrid QM/MM simulations,” Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA, February 2008

10) Pogorelov, T. V., Punwong, C., Lamothe, K., Martinez, T.J., “Proton transfer events in the green fluorescent protein: hybrid QM/MM simulations,” Gordon Research Conference, “Photosensory Receptors and Signal Transduction,” Ventura, CA, January 2008

9) Pogorelov T. V., Autenrieth F., Roberts E., and Luthey-Schulten Z., “Cytochrome c2 exit strategy: dissociation studies and evolutionary implications,” 4th Annual Biophysics and Computational Biology Symposium, Illinois Biophysics Society, Beckman Institute for Advanced Science & Technology, UIUC, Urbana, IL, September 2006

8) Pogorelov T. V., Autenrieth F., and Luthey-Schulten Z., “Cytochrome c2 exit strategy: dissociation studies and evolutionary implications,” 1st Annual Symposium of Frontiers in Theoretical Chemistry, Center for Advanced Theory and Molecular Simulation, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, May 2006

7) Pogorelov T. V., Autenrieth F., and Luthey-Schulten Z., “Cytochrome c2 exit strategy: dissociation studies and evolutionary implications,” Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, February 2006

6) Pogorelov T. V., Autenrieth F., and Luthey-Schulten Z., “Cytochrome c2 dissociation: a steered molecular dynamics study,” Biophysics and Computational Biology Summer Symposium, Illinois Biophysics Society, Beckman Institute for Advanced Science & Technology, UIUC, Urbana, IL, July 2005

5) Sethi A., Eargle J., O’Donoghue, P., Pogorelov T.V., Amaro R., and Luthey-Schulten Z., “Application of evolutionary profiles in protein structure prediction,” CASP6 Meeting, Gaeta, Italy, December 2004

4) Pogorelov, T. V. and Luthey-Schulten Z., “Evolution of sequence and folding of the OB-fold domain of ribosomal protein L2,” 17th Annual Cell & Molecular Biology/Molecular Biophysics Research Symposium, Beckman Institute for Advanced Science & Technology, UIUC, Urbana, IL, November 2004

3) Pogorelov, T. V. and Luthey-Schulten Z., “Fast folding proteins: a hybrid molecular dynamics study,” 16th Annual Cell & Molecular Biology/Molecular Biophysics Research Symposium, Beckman Institute for Advanced Science & Technology, UIUC, Urbana, IL, October 2003

2) O’Donoghue, P., Autenrieth F., Amaro R., Januszyk M., Pogorelov T.V., Wolynes P.G., and Luthey-Schulten Z., “Bioinformatics based threading for protein structure prediction,” CASP5 Meeting, Pacific Grove, CA, December 2002

1) Pogorelov, T. V. and Luthey-Schulten, Z., “A study of global motions in the folding of small proteins,” Annual Meeting of the Division of Comp. Physics, Am. Physical Soc., Cambridge, MA, June 2001