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Michel Sanner, Ph.D.
Michel Sanner is an assistant professor in the Molecular Biology department of The Scripps Research Institute. He is the author of the program MSMS, which enables the efficient and accurate calculation of molecular surfaces and has been distributed to more than 950 laboratories around the world. Sanner obtained his Ph.D. in Computer Science in 1992 from the University of Haute-Alsace in France for his work on the modelization of molecular surfaces. This research was carried out while working in the molecular modelling group of the pharmaceutical company Sandoz in Basel, Switzerland. In 1993, Sanner accepted a post-doctoral position in the Molecular Graphics Laboratory of The Scripps Research Institute. He has worked in collaboration with Boris Reva and Alexei Finkelstein on the determination of phenomenological residue pair-wise interaction potentials. More recently, he has lead the development of a Python-based scripting environment enabling the rapid development of customized applications to view, manipulate, and analyze molecular data. His involvment with the Python community goes back to 1997.

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