George Watson

# Interdisciplinary scientist at the physics–biology interface

A writhed DNA minicircle bridged by a small protein is shown in a van der
  Waals representation. The circular DNA, of 336 base pairs, is represented in
  blue, with its backbone highlighted in yellow, while the red protein has two
  arms placed in the minor grooves.

I’m George Watson, a PhD student and postgraduate research assistant in computational biophysics in Agnes Noy’s lab in the Physics of Life Group at the University of York, focusing on molecular dynamics simulations of DNA–protein interactions, particularly protein-mediated supercoiling in DNA minicircles and its influence on gene regulation.

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