University of East Anglia
Steven Hayward is a Reader in Computational Biology at the University of East Anglia. He uses computational methods, including bioinformatics techniques and simulation, to understand protein structure, dynamics and function. He has focused particularly on protein dynamics and developed the popular DynDom method for the analysis of domain movements in proteins. Recently he has worked on the fundamental structure of amyloid fibrils and works on the development of interactive tools for protein visualization and docking using haptics.
Geometrical principles of homeric β-barrels and β-helices: Applications to modelling amyloid protofilaments