Felipe Rivera-Madrinan

PhD student

Msc Astrobiology and Physics, McMaster University

Department of Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences
McMaster University
Health Science Centre, Room 4H32
1280 Main Street West
Hamilton, Ontario, L8S 4K1

☎ 905.525.9140 ext.28813
📧 riveraf@mcmaster.ca


Brief Biography:

Felipe has a background in physics and computation, studying colloidal systems and computer models for the origin of life. His current work aims to use all-atom models to aid in DNAzyme design and discovery.

Research Interests:

DNAzyme structure and function, Molecular Dynamics simulations, Origins of life


Rolling Circles as a Means of Encoding Genes in the RNA World