Raymond C. Stevens helped pioneer the area of high throughput structural biology and elucidated the structure of proteins — essential work for pharmaceutical drug development. He has helped develop several therapeutic molecules that have become breakthrough drugs or are in clinical trials to treat conditions ranging from influenza to rare childhood diseases to neuromuscular disorders to diabetes. A prolific scholar, he has authored more than 300 peer-reviewed publications in the area of human cell signaling and holds a series of patents for his synthetic lipid membranes.
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Co-Director of the Bridge Institute, Executive Producer