MayaChemTools - What's in a name?
Maya in MayaChemTools context corresponds to a Sanskrit word Maya that can be loosely translated to imply virtual, among its many other interpretations. That is the official story line. I'm sticking with it.
Name: Manish Sud
- Pro bono publico: MayaChemTools research, development, implementation, and support
- Commercial: Computational discovery research, development, and consulting; Clients: Kyn Therapeutics, Decibel Therapeutics, Viscient Biosciences, Aldila Therapeutics, Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Sanofi-Aventis, Targeted Molecules
- Academic: Part time involvement with Lipid MAPS and Metabolomics Workbench projects at SDSC/UCSD
- Full time: LION Bioscience, Trega BioSciences, SAIC, Biosym Technologies/Molecular Simulations, Biodesign
In addition to on-going pro bono support and development of MayaChemTools for the community, the following services are available for commercial and other users:
- Full maintenance and support
- Integration into internal workflows
- Research, development, and implementation of new functionality in various programming and scripting languages