Lillian Chong Chosen for Open Science Fellows Program

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Lillian Chong, an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry in the Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences, has been chosen as one of five members of the 2020 Silicon Therapeutics Open Science Fellows Program. The program was created in 2017 to advance the open science movement within the drug discovery industry and support investigators committed to the open science movement through their contributions to open source software. Chong’s research involves the development and application of molecular simulation approaches to model a variety of biophysical processes.