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Yusuf Hamied Department of Chemistry

 

Associate Professor

In my research, I useĀ computer simulations and statistical mechanics to study the behaviour of molecular and colloidal systems. In particular, I am interested in phase transitions, nucleation and self-assembly, and how thermodynamic and kinetic factors affect and control them.

Dr Reinhardt discusses his research

Publications

Aromatic and arginine content drives multiphasic condensation of proteinā€“RNA mixtures
PY Chew, J Joseph, R Collepardo-Guevara, A Reinhardt
(2023)
Physical determinants of multiphase organisation in multi-component protein/RNA condensates
PY Chew, JA Joseph, R Collepardo-Guevara, A Reinhardt
– Biophysical Journal
(2023)
122,
295a
Thermodynamic origins of two-component multiphase condensates of proteins.
PY Chew, JA Joseph, R Collepardo-Guevara, A Reinhardt
– Chemical science
(2023)
14,
1820
Phase diagrams-Why they matter and how to predict them.
PY Chew, A Reinhardt
– J Chem Phys
(2022)
158,
030902
Simulations of DNA-Origami Self-Assembly Reveal Design-Dependent Nucleation Barriers
A Cumberworth, D Frenkel, A Reinhardt
– Nano letters
(2022)
22,
6916
Quantitative real-time in-cell imaging reveals heterogeneous clusters of proteins prior to condensation
C Lan, J Kim, S Ulferts, F Aprile-Garcia, A Anandamurugan, R Grosse, R Sawarkar, A Reinhardt, T Hugel
– bioRxiv
(2022)
Thermodynamics of high-pressure ice phases explored with atomistic simulations
A Reinhardt, M Bethkenhagen, F Coppari, M Millot, S Hamel, B Cheng
– Nature communications
(2022)
13,
4707
Designing multiphase biomolecular condensates by coevolution of protein mixtures
PY Chew, J Joseph, R Collepardo-Guevara, A Reinhardt
(2022)
Same and interconvertible high-pressure ice phases
A Reinhardt, M Bethkenhagen, F Coppari, M Millot, S Hamel, B Cheng
(2022)
Physics-driven coarse-grained model for biomolecular phase separation with near-quantitative accuracy
JA Joseph, A Reinhardt, A Aguirre, PY Chew, KO Russell, JR Espinosa, A Garaizar, R Collepardo-Guevara
– Biophysical Journal
(2022)
121,
307A
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Research Group

Research Interest Group

Telephone number

01223 767791

Email address

ar732@cam.ac.uk