Dr. Wonmuk Hwang is an associate professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Texas A&M University. Dr. Hwang studies dynamics of biomolecules that carry out essential functions in the human body, for which he uses computer simulation and theoretical analysis as main research modality. Biomolecular simulation utilizing supercomputers plays an increasingly important role in frontier biomedical research.
Dr. Hwang explores a wide range of problems including: motor proteins that carry out intracellular transport and cell division; mechanics of biofilament assemblies; molecular basis for the adaptive immune system; and automated bioimage analysis and model building. With strong collaboration with experimentalists, Dr. Hwang advances fundamental knowledge in biology and biophysics that in turn may lead to novel therapeutics and biotechnology applications.
- Postdoctoral, Biomedical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Ph.D., Physics, Boston University
- M.S., Physics, Boston University
- B.S., Physics, Seoul National University