John M. Stubbs


Physical chemistry; thermophysical properties; Monte Carlo molecular simulation; phase behavior


Current Research

Application of a coarse-grained DNA model to denaturation and hybridization transitions in solution and with surface-bound DNA strands.

Research Interests

Monte Carlo simulations of DNA microarrays

Selected Publications

Huber, M.T.; Stubbs, J.M. `The influence of carbon dioxide cosolvent on solubility in poly(ethylene glycol)', Theor. Chem. Acc. 131, 1276(1-6 (2012).

Bayron, J.A.; Deveau, A.M.; Stubbs, J.M. `Conformational analysis of 6α- and 6β-naltrexol and derivatives and relationship to opioid receptor affinity', J. Chem. Inf. Model. 52, 391-395 (2012).

Stubbs, J.M. `Monte Carlo simulation of solute extraction via supercritical carbon dioxide from poly(ethylene glycol)', Fluid Phase Equilib. 305, 76-82 (2011).

Allen, J.H.; Schoch, E.T.; Stubbs, J.M. `Effect of surface binding on heterogeneous DNA melting equilibria: A Monte Carlo simulation study', J. Phys. Chem. B 115, 1720-1726 (2011).

Tito, N.B.; Stubbs, J.M. `Application of a coarse-grained model for DNA to homo- and heterogeneous melting equilibria', Chem. Phys. Lett., 485, 354-359 (2010).


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John M. Stubbs




Associate Professor, Chemistry

Morgane Hall

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