Dr Ian Gould is a reader in the Chemical Biology section. His main interests are in the development and application of computer simulation methods to probe the relationship between structure and function in biological systems. He is one of the lead authors of the AMBER 95 force field and is continuing to develop both the force field and combined quantum mechanical/molecular mechanical methods to study reactivity in enzymatic systems. He is actively involved in the postgraduate schools in Biomolecular Science and Chemical Biology, both of which run under the umbrella of the Institute of Chemical Biology and is a member of the governing board. His college responsibilities include being a member of the IC-Atlantic committee and chairing the users group for High Performance Computing. He is a member of the ACS, RSC and MGMS.
Toroz D, Khanna T, Gould I, 2019, Modelling the effect of BSEP inhibitors in lipid bilayers by means of all atom Molecular Dynamics (MD) simulation, Acs Omega, Vol:4, ISSN:2470-1343, Pages:3341-3350
Gould I, Toroz D, 2019, A computational study of Anthracyclines interacting with lipid bilayers: Correlation of membrane insertion rates, orientation effects and localisation with cytotoxicity, Scientific Reports, Vol:9, ISSN:2045-2322
et al., 2018, Mechanism of photoinduced triplet intermolecular hydrogen transfer between cycloxydim and chlorothalonil, The Journal of Physical Chemistry Part A: Molecules, Spectroscopy, Kinetics, Environment and General Theory, Vol:122, ISSN:1089-5639, Pages:4285-4293
Wang S, Gould I, 2018, All-atom molecular dynamics of an ion-channel formed by viral protein U in lipid bilayers, 255th National Meeting and Exposition of the American-Chemical-Society (ACS) - Nexus of Food, Energy, and Water, AMER CHEMICAL SOC, ISSN:0065-7727
et al., 2018, The Molecular Defects in Ca2+ Regulation due to Mutations that Cause Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy can be Reversed by Small Molecules that Bind to Troponin, 62nd Annual Meeting of the Biophysical-Society, CELL PRESS, Pages:37A-37A, ISSN:0006-3495