Dina T. Mirijanian
Foundry Multifacility Postdoctoral Fellow
Theory of Nanostructured Materials Facility
Biological Nanostructures Facility
Imaging and Manipulation of Nanostructures Facility
2008 PhD, Physical Chemistry, University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT. Supervised by Gregory A. Voth.
1997 BS, Physics. 1996 BS, Chemistry.
University of Michigan Dearbord, MI
I am currently working in the soft matter theory group under the supervision of Steve Whitelam.
Atomistic molecular dynamics simulations of complex systems. Multiscale coarse-graining methods. Coarse-grained simulations of vesicle assembly and fussion. Currently working on developing atomistic and coarse-grained models for peptoids.
- D.T. Mirijanian and G.A. Voth, "Unique elastic properties of the spectrin tetramer as revealed by multiscale coarse-grained modeling", Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 105, 1204-1208 (2008)
- D.T. Mirijanian, J.W. Chu, G.S. Ayton, and G.A. Voth, "Atomistic and coarse-grained analysis of double spectrin repeat units: The molecular origins of flexibility", J. Mol. Biol., 365, 523-534 (2007)
- S. Paramore, G.S. Ayton, D.T. Mirijanian and G.A. Voth, "Extending a spectrin repeat unit I: Linear force-extension response", Biophys. J., 90, 92-100 (2006)
- G.S. Ayton, H.L. Tepper, D.T. Mirijanian and G.A. Voth, "A new perspective on the coarse-grained dynamics of fluids", J. Chem. Phys., 120, 4074-4088 (2004)
- D.T. Mirijanian, M.H. Alexander and G.A. Voth, "Path integral molecular dynamics simulation of solid para-hydrogen with an aluminum impurity", Chem. Phys. Lett., 365, 487-493 (2002)
- D.J. Bord, C.R. Cowley and D. Mirijanian, "A re-evaluation of the abundance of lutetium in the sun", Solar Physics, 178, 221-237 (1998)
(2007) - (2009) Post Doctoral Researcher, CINT, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM USA