Omnia is a consortium of researchers with a shared interest in predictive biophysical simulation.


John D. Chodera, MSKCC

John Chodera is an assistant professor in the Computational Biology Program at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and the lead developer of the YANK package for alchemical binding free energy calculations.

Chodera lab webpage


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Justin L. MacCallum, University of Calgary

Justin MacCallum is an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Calgary. He is the lead developer of the MELD package for inferring protein structure from sparse and unreliable data.

MacCallum lab webpage


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Frank Noé, FU Berlin

Frank Noé is professor in the department for mathematics and computer science, with affiliations to physics and chemistry at Freie Universität Berlin (Germany), and one of the lead designers of the PyEMMA package for Estimation, Validation and Analysis of Markov models.

Noé lab webpage


Vijay S. Pande, Stanford University

Vijay Pande is professor of Chemistry, Structural Biology, Biophysics, and Computer Science at Stanford University.  Vijay is the founder and director of Folding@Home, the world's largest distributed computing project.

Pande lab webpage


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Kyle Beauchamp, MSKCC

Kyle Beauchamp is a research fellow in the Chodera lab at MSKCC.  Kyle is a co-principal developer of MSMBuilder, MDTraj, and other tools for protein simulation and analysis.


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Peter Eastman, Stanford University

Peter Eastman is the lead architect and principal developer of the OpenMM molecular dynamics suite, as well as the lead developer of PDBFixer.


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Robert T. McGibbon, Stanford University

Robert McGibbon is a graduate student in the Pande lab at Stanford. Robert is the lead developer MDTraj, a co-principle developer of MSMBuilder, and a contributor to OpenMM.


Jan-Hendrik Prinz, FU Berlin

Jan-Hendrik is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the Noé group at Freie Universität Berlin (Germany), and has also worked in John Chodera's and Peter Bolhuis' groups. He is the co-principal developer of the OpenPathSampling package for path-based algorithms to efficiently sample rare events in molecular dynamics.


Martin K. Scherer, FU Berlin

Martin is a PhD student in the Noé group at Freie Universität Berlin (Germany). Martin is the co-principal developer of PyEMMA and a contributor to msmtools.


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Benjamin Trendelkamp-Schroer, FU Berlin

Benjamin is a PhD student in the Noé group at Freie Universität Berlin (Germany). He is a co-principal developer of PyEMMA and the lead developer of msmtools.