News

2021

Jodi presents invited talk at Icesi University for ACS National Chemistry Week, October

Jodi presents keynote at Kimberly-Clark’s 2021 “Capabilities First” Expo, October

Manuscript “A subset of fluorophores is responsible for radiation-brightening in viromimetic particles” published in Journal of Physical Chemistry B, September

Hadden Lab’s Joy Orume selected for Fall 2021 XSEDE EMPOWER program, August

Hadden Lab welcomes undergraduate student Joy Orume, August

Review “Molecular dynamics of the viral life cycle: Progress and Prospects” published in Current Opinion in Virology, August

Hadden Lab presents flash talks at at Biennial Conference on Phage/Virus Assembly, July

Hadden Lab welcomes Juan David Gonzalez from UD’s Latin American Summer Research Program, July

Hadden Lab presents posters and Jodi presents invited talks on HBV capsid work and work to make computational chemistry accessible to researchers who are blind at Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, June

Hadden Lab awarded University of Delaware Research Foundation funding, June

Perilla/Hadden-Perilla team present research on SARS-CoV-2 at UD Dean’s Advisory Council Meeting, May

Perilla/Hadden-Perilla work on SARS-CoV-2 featured in UD President’s Report 2021 (Rising to the challenge of COVID-19: UD Researchers join COVID-19 fight: Understanding the physical structure of the virus), April

Review “Integrative structural biology of HIV-1 capsid protein assemblies: Combining experiment and computation” published in Current Opinion in Virology, April

Jodi presents talk on making the computational microscope accessible to researchers who are blind at American Chemical Society Spring 2021 National Meeting, April

Manuscript “All-Atom MD Simulations of the HBV Capsid Complexed with AT130 Reveals Secondary and Tertiary Structural Changes and Mechanisms of Allostery” published in Viruses, March

Jodi presents invited talk on HBV capsid work to Assembly Biosciences, March

Hadden Lab presents poster and Jodi moderates panel at UD’s Darwin Computing Symposium, February

Hadden Lab awarded NSF COBRE pilot project funding for HBV capsid research, February

New York Times article “If You Squeeze the Coronavirus, Does it Shatter?” features interview with the Perillas, January

2020

Hadden Lab welcomes graduate student Peter Jones, November

Jodi presents invited talk at GlycoNet + ACS Carbohydrate Chemistry division webinar series, October

Article “Scalable Analysis of Authentic Viral Envelopes on FRONTERA” published in Computing in Science & Engineering, October

Blue Waters annual report features virus capsid research by Jodi Hadden-Perilla, September
Blue Waters 2019 Annual Report (pg. 260-263)

Hadden Lab’s Olivia Shaw selected for Fall 2020 XSEDE EMPOWER program, August

Hadden Lab welcomes Chemistry-Biology Interface rotation student Stephanie Tsang, August

Hadden Lab’s Olivia Shaw presents poster at UD’s Undergraduate Research & Service Scholar Celebratory Symposium, August

Hadden Lab’s HBV capsid research and Carolina Perez-Segura featured in UDaily News, August
How a virus assembles: Researchers at UD use supercomputer to gain insights into hepatitis B

Article “Coronavirus through Delaware’s Computational Microscope” published in Delaware Journal of Public Health, July

Article “TactViz: A VMD plugin for tactile visualization of protein structures” published in Journal of Science Education for Students with Disabilities, July

Hadden Lab welcomes Santiago Antolinez Cortes from UD’s Latin American Summer Research Program, July

Hadden Lab welcomes visiting high school student Ashrith Keshireddy, June

Hadden Lab’s Dante Freeman graduates with B.S. in Biochemistry, May

Article “The integrity of the intradimer interface of the hepatitis B virus capsid protein dimer regulates capsid self-assembly” published in ACS Chemical Biology, May

Hadden Lab’s Carolina Perez-Segura presents talk on HBV capsid work at UD’s Chemistry-Biology Interface seminar, June

Hadden Lab’s Olivia Shaw selected for Summer 2020 XSEDE EMPOWER program, May
Students earn grants in Computational Chemistry

Hadden Lab presentations for American Chemical Society Spring 2020 National Meeting available on SciMeetings, April
Dynein motor domain, HBV capsid assembly and drugs, TactViz applied to study selenomethionine

Hadden Lab’s Olivia Shaw selected for 2020 UD’s Summer Scholars program, April

Hadden Lab’s Olivia Shaw featured in UDaily News, April
A bright future in research: Chemistry student meets challenges of blindness to find success in the lab

Jodi featured on front page of hometown newspaper, April
Former Metterite on front lines of COVID-19 battle

Perilla/Hadden-Perilla team awarded NSF grant to study SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19, March
Perilla & Hadden-Perilla awarded NSF grant for characterization of SARS-CoV-2 virion
COVID-19 research underway: UD team using supercomputer simulations to analyze the coronavirus
UD researchers seek to understand coronavirus
Coronavirus research underway at University of Delaware could pave the way to a vaccine

Hadden Lab remains fully operational in a remote capacity despite UD lab closures due to COVID-19, March

Jodi’s HBV capsid artwork featured on National Cancer Institute website, March
Advances in Liver Cancer Research

Jodi presents invited talk on current research at UD’s Chemistry-Biology Interface seminar, February

Jodi presents invited talk on current research at UD’s HPC Symposium Series, February

Jodi presents invited talk and Hadden Lab presents poster at UD’s Darwin Computing Symposium, February

Jodi Hadden-Perilla awarded XSEDE education allocation to train students who are visually impaired, February

Hadden Lab welcomes undergraduate student Dante Freeman, January

Hadden Lab welcomes graduate student Carolina Perez-Segura, January

Hadden Lab’s Olivia Shaw selected for Spring 2020 XSEDE EMPOWER program, January

2019

Jodi Hadden-Perilla awarded XSEDE research allocation to study dynein molecular motor, December

Jodi attends Anton2 Workshop at Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, December

Jodi presents talk on HBV capsid work at Delaware Data Science Symposium, November

Jodi presents invited talk on making the computational microscope accessible to researchers who are blind at Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, November

Jodi presents poster on dynein work at Delaware IDeAs Symposium, November

Hadden Lab receives Graphiti prototype to develop approaches for researchers who are blind to visualize molecular dynamics (Orbit Research NDA), November

Jodi Hadden-Perilla awarded Anton2 allocation to study HBV capsid, October

UD’s application (organized by Jodi Hadden-Perilla and Anita Schwartz) to host Linux Clusters Institute Introductory Workshop is selected for Fall 2020, October

Jodi presents talk on making the computational microscope accessible to researchers who are blind at ISLAND 11th annual STEM accessibility conference, October

Article “High-performance analysis of biomolecular containers to measure small-molecule transport, transbilayer lipid diffusion, and protein cavities” published in Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling, October

Jodi featured in Blue Hen Chemist #46 Spotlight on Research (pg. 17), August

Jodi presents two research seminars at University of Delaware, August

Hadden Lab’s Olivia Shaw presents poster at UD’s Undergraduate Research & Service Scholar Celebratory Symposium, August

Hadden Lab presents posters at UD’s Chemistry & Biochemistry Summer Poster Session, August

Hadden Lab presents poster and demos at UD’s Summer HPC Symposium, July

Jodi presents talk on HBV capsid work at Biennial Conference on Phage/Virus Assembly, July

Jodi begins position as Assistant Professor at University of Delaware, July

Hadden Lab welcomes Alejandra Aarango and Carolina Perez-Segura from UD’s Latin American Summer Research Program, June

Hadden Lab welcomes Science and Engineering Leadership Initiative REU student Olivia Shaw, June

Jodi presents talk on HBV capsid work at Blue Waters Symposium, June

Blue Waters annual report features virus capsid research by Juan Perilla and Jodi Hadden, April
Blue Waters 2018 Annual Report (pg. 238-239)

Jodi presents poster on dynein work at 63rd Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society, March

Jodi presents research seminar at Auburn University, February

Jodi presents research seminar at New Jersey Institute of Technology, February

Jodi presents research seminar at University of Delaware, February

Jodi Hadden awarded Blue Waters GLCPC allocation to study HBV capsid, February
Six research groups awarded new GLCPC allocations on Blue Waters supercomputer

Jodi presents research seminar at University of Missouri-Kansas City, January

Jodi presents invited talk on HBV capsid work at Gordon Research Conference on Physical Virology, January

Jodi presents research seminar at Indiana University, January

2018

Jodi’s HBV capsid artwork selected for FASEB BioArt Scientific Image & Video Competition, December
2018 BioArt Winners

Article “Assembly properties of hepatitis B Virus core protein mutants correlate with their resistance to assembly-directed antivirals” published in Journal of Virology (cover article), October

Jodi presents poster on dynein work at UD’s Chemistry-Biology Interface Orientation, August

Review “All-atom simulations of viruses” published in Current Opinion in Virology (cover article), August

Biophysical Society Blog features Jodi’s HBV capsid research and artwork, July
Biophysics on World Hepatitis Day

Jodi presents poster on HBV capsid work at Virus Structure and Assembly FASEB Science Research Conference, July

Jodi presents poster on dynein work at Gordon Research Conference on Cytoskeletal Motors, July

Jodi presents invited talk on HBV capsid work at UD-FEI Tech Forum: Modern Electron Microscopy in Physical and Life Sciences, June

Jodi presents poster on dynein work at UD’s Summer HPC Symposium, June

Jodi attends Blue Waters Symposium where HBV capsid research is highlighted as major biophysics discovery, June

Jodi’s HBV capsid research featured in UDaily News, May
A view of a virus: Research reveals new insights into hepatitis B

Jodi’s HBV capsid artwork on display in the Blue Ball Barn at Alapocas Run State Park, May

Jodi presents HBV capsid artwork at Meet the Artist Event as part of UD’s Art in Science Exhibition, May

Jodi presents poster on dynein work at Delaware Membrane Protein Symposium, April

Article “All-atom molecular dynamics of the HBV capsid reveals insights into biological function and cryo-EM resolution limits” published in eLife (cover article), April

Jodi Hadden awarded Blue Waters Broadening Participation allocation to study HBV capsid, April
Blue Waters awards 21 Broadening Participation allocations

Jodi’s HBV capsid artwork on display in UD’s Harker Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Laboratory, April

Chapter “Molecular dynamics simulations of protein-drug complexes: A computational protocol for investigating the interactions of small-molecule therapeutics with biological targets and biosensors” published in Computational Drug Discovery and Design – Methods in Molecular Biology, March

Jodi Hadden and Yale Goldman awarded XSEDE research allocation to study dynein molecular motor, March

Jodi’s HBV capsid artwork selected for UD’s Art in Science Exhibition, March

Jodi presents research seminar at University of Delaware, February

Jodi Hadden and Yale Goldman awarded XSEDE advance allocation to study dynein molecular motor, January

Jodi Hadden awarded XSEDE startup allocation to study dynein molecular motor, January

2017

Jodi presents research seminar at University of Pennsylvania, December

Jodi recognized in Beckman Institute’s Fall 2017 Issue of Synergy, November

Jodi attends Klaus Schulten Memorial Symposium in honor of former postdoctoral advisor, November

Blue Waters annual report features virus capsid research by Juan Perilla and Jodi Hadden, November
NCSA releases 2017 Blue Waters Project Annual Report detailing innovative research and scientific breakthroughs
Blue Waters 2017 Annual Report
(pg. 234-235)

Juan Perilla and Jodi Hadden awarded XSEDE research allocation to study cellular processes related to viral infection, September

Jodi presents talk on HBV capsid work at Biennial Conference on Phage/Virus Assembly, August

Jodi begins position as Postdoctoral Researcher at University of Delaware, August

Juan Perilla and Jodi Hadden awarded Blue Waters allocation to study virus capsids, July
NCSA grants $2.6m in new Blue Waters supercomputer awards to Illinois researchers

Jodi’s HIV capsid crochet featured in press releases by University of Illinois News Bureau and STAT: Morning Rounds, July
Illustrating new research with a crocheted capsid
Massive simulation shows HIV capsid interacting with its environment

Jodi serves as near-peer mentor at 8th International Summer School on HPC Challenges in Computational Sciences, June

Review “New insights into influenza A specificity: an evolution of paradigms” published in Current Opinion in Structural Biology, June

Article “Angular measurements of the dynein ring reveal a stepping mechanism dependent on a flexible stalk” published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, May

Jodi presents research seminar at University of Delaware, February

Jodi presents poster on HBV capsid work at Gordon Research Conference on Physical Virology, January

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