Jerome Baudry specializes in developing and using high-performance supercomputers and cloud computational architectures to identify chemicals that possess a biological effect. His research and development work uses the world’s most powerful supercomputers to accelerate the discovery of new and potent pharmaceuticals and to improve industrial and agricultural development by identifying environmental pollutants that are hazardous to human health.
Baudry has worked in industrial, academic and national laboratories. He and his co-workers have published several scientific articles and have patent applications on supercomputing developments of pharmaceutical and agrochemical discovery.
Expertise Categories: Drug Discovery | Supercomputing | Environmental Pollution | Molecular Biophysics | Molecular Modeling