Carlos Xavier Hernández is a PhD student in the Biophysics Program at Stanford University. He works with Vijay Pande, studying the molecular evolution of proteins and how it affects their structure, dynamics, and function.
Carlos graduated from Columbia University, where he majored in Applied Mathematics. There, he worked with Raul Rabadan and Stephen Goff studying RNA viruses. He has also spent time investigating chemokine receptors with J. Andrew McCammon at UCSD.
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Title Author(s) Journal Citations Year 1 Markov state models provide insights into dynamic modulation of protein function D Shukla, CX Hernández, JK Weber, VS Pande Accounts of chemical research 48 (2) 16 2015 2 MDTraj: a modern, open library for the analysis of molecular dynamics trajectories RT McGibbon, KA Beauchamp, MP Harrigan, C Klein, JM Swails, ... Biophysical Journal 109 13 2015 3 Structure‐based network analysis of an evolved g‐protein coupled receptor homodimer interface SE Nichols, CX Hernández, Y Wang, JA McCammon Protein Science 1 2013 4 Understanding the origins of a pandemic virus CX Hernández, J Chan, H Khiabanian, R Rabadan arXiv preprint arXiv:1104.4568 1 2011 5 MDEntropy: v0.1 CX Hernández 10.5281/zenodo.14940 - 2015 6 MSMBuilderMPITools: v0.1 RT McGibbon, CX Hernández 10.5281/zenodo.14963 - 2015 7 MSMExplorer-d3 CX Hernández 10.5281/zenodo.20726 - 2015 8 Characterizing an evolved CXC chemokine receptor interface SE Nichols, CX Hernández, Y Wang, JA McCammon ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 246 - 2013