One Scientist’s Journey to Accelerate Drug Discovery for COVID-19
Join Dr. Jerome Baudry, a molecular biophysics professor from The University of Alabama in Huntsville, as he pushes the accelerator on coronavirus-focused drug discovery. He’s studying compounds and elements that occur in nature and their application to drug development. Using HPE’s Sentinel supercomputer, available through Microsoft Azure — he’s researching these natural products’ efficacy against COVID-19 and sharing victories, setbacks and insights from the lab.
Dr. Jerome Baudry COVID-19: Mission Log 6
Mission Log 6: Dr. Baudry is happy to report that he and his team have identified and published 125 naturally occurring products that interact with coronavirus proteins and can be considered for drug development against COVID-19. Read the research paper.
125 Potential Sources Identified for COVID-19 Drug Design
UAH research team identifies 125 naturally occurring products, to be considered for drug development against COVID-19.
Dr. Jerome Baudry COVID-19: Mission Log 5
Mission Log 5: Dr. Baudry reports that calculations using the HPE Cray Sentinel supercomputer to screen chemical forms in nature are done. Hear about the important step of publishing the scientific paper that shares results.
Dr. Jerome Baudry COVID-19: Mission Log 4
Mission Log 4: Dr. Baudry shares a look at a natural compound discovery—a sponge protein—that binds well molecularly. It’s an encouraging research milestone in the fight against COVID-19. There’s still a long way to go, so stay tuned!
COVID-19 research collaboration and supercomputing from home
Dr. Kendall Byler shares background on how he and Dr. Baudry are identifying possible treatments for COVID-19 faster with the help of a supercomputer and a computational physicist from HPE.
Dr. Jerome Baudry COVID-19: Mission Log 3
Mission Log 3: Some good news from Dr. Baudry as they get closer to making recommendations for molecules to screen against COVID-19. Another milestone with the help of HPE Cray Sentinel supercomputer.
HPE supercomputing experts help speed up Dr. Baudry’s research
Dr. Joe Landman shares how he and his HPE team helped the UAH researchers exploit the power of the HPE Sentinel supercomputer, optimize performance, and get answers faster.
Dr. Jerome Baudry COVID-19: Mission Log 2
Mission Log 2: Dr. Jerome Baudry provides an update on his initial testing on the Sentinel supercomputer in Azure, with surprising results. Follow along to hear how he and his team solved their first challenge and what their next step will be.
Dr. Jerome Baudry COVID-19: Mission Log 1
Mission Log 1: Join the Journey to Discovery, as Dr. Jerome Baudry focuses on developing computational models to identify which ones can counteract COVID-19.
Journey to Discovery: Follow one scientist’s mission to accelerate drug discovery for COVID-19
Dr. Jerome Baudry is focused on developing computational models to identify which ones can counteract COVID-19. As part of HPE’s broader COVID-19 response, they now have access to the HPE Sentinel supercomputer.
One scientist’s journey to accelerate drug discovery for COVID-19 using cloud-based supercomputing
Chronicling Dr. Jerome Baudry’s mission to fight COVID-19 – using HPE’s Sentinel supercomputer through the cloud - at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH)