Institute for Protein Design

Naturally occurring proteins solve the challenges faced during evolution.
- We face new challenges today. -
The IPD aims to design a whole new world of synthetic proteins
to address challenges in medicine, energy, and technology.

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    IPD Advisory Board Announced
  • iBiology Talk - David Baker - Introduction to Protein Design
    iBiology Talk - David Baker - Introduction to Protein Design
  • KumaMax: LSDF Matching Grant Winner, a Novel Oral Therapeutic for Celiac Disease
    KumaMax: LSDF Matching Grant Winner, a Novel Oral Therapeutic for Celiac Disease
  • KumaMax: LSDF Matching Grant Winner, a Novel Oral Therapeutic for Celiac Disease
    KumaMax: LSDF Matching Grant Winner, a Novel Oral Therapeutic for Celiac Disease
  • Letter Soliloquy slide
    An IPD Update from Director Dr. David Baker
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    Two Component Cage. Illustration by Vikram K. Mulligan.
  • The Three Dreamers
    The “Three Dreamer” Protein Design Partnership for Alzheimer’s Disease.
  • About Protein Design
    Watch to learn more about the mission of the Institute of Protein Design.

News & Updates

January 27, 2015

Independent Study Opportunity for Foster MBA Students Read more

January 26, 2015

Institute for Protein Design Establishes Advisory Board Read more

January 12, 2015

IPD Mini Symposium – Jan 20 2015 Read more

January 6, 2015

December IPD News Roundup Read more

WRF-IPD Innovation Fellows

With a very generous $8 M gift from the Washington Research Foundation (WRF), the IPD has launched the WRF-IPD Innovation Fellows Program supporting research partnerships between the IPD and other Seattle-area research institutes or UW departments.  We are recruiting exceptionally talented researchers who have just finished their PhD to join expert laboratories at local institutions where they will apply protein design methods to current health, energy, and materials related research problems.

Research Areas

Learn more about IPD  research areas, and protein design.

Participate

Participate

Community computing allows everyone to get involved in protein design from home with Foldit and Rosetta@home. Learn more