Baudry Lab

The Baudry Lab in a few words:

We work in drug discovery research. We use computers to look at how natural chemicals from nature may lead to novel, effective pharmaceuticals with fewer side effects than 'regular drugs' against a variety of diseases. We are particularly interested in mental health, disease prevention, and vaccine design.

We collaborate with several academic and industrial partners in open science projects.

Jerome Y. Baudry, Ph.D.

Ms. Pei-Ling Chan Chair and Professor

Department of Biological Sciences The University of Alabama in Huntsville

Recent News

Baudry Lab receives funds to discover drugs against the COVID-19 virus!

Baudry Lab will be awarded funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and from Saint John's Cancer Institute in multi-collaborative projects to discover and perfect pharmaceuticals against the COVID-19 virus.

Congratulations, Dr. Petroff!

Congratulations to the newly-minted Dr. Anna Petroff!

Thanks to the Mrs. Pei-Ling Chan Endowment, Dr. Petroff is the first PhD graduate from the UAH Baudry Lab. Dr. Petroff's work concerns the molecular dynamics of membrane proteins related to inflammation and mental health. She plans to continue working with her interdisciplinary collaborators in effort to identify natural product modulators.

Pictured above: Dr. Baudry (left) and Dr. Chan (right) placed Anna's hood together. Dr. Ng (center), UAH Biotechnology Program Director, lead the commencement ceremony.

Maher Mansur awarded Chateaubriand Fellowship

Baudry Lab doctoral student Maher Mansur will travel to France under a Chateaubriand Fellowship in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics & Biology-Health to help research a possible biological early warning system for hazardous chemicals.