Science & Innovation

Using Modeling to Develop Healthier and More Sustainable Food

Schrödinger scientist Jeffrey Sanders recently sat down (virtually) with Evan Flach at the 4th Food Innovation and Engineering (FOODIE) Conference that took place in December. Their conversation touched on how using modeling and simulation tools can help to more accurately predict food formulation on a large scale. Click on the link below to read the full interview.

Read the interview.

Author Photo: Jeffrey Sanders, Ph.D.

Jeffrey Sanders, Ph.D.

Jeffrey M. Sanders received his B.S. in applied physics from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and then his Ph.D. in biophysics and molecular pharmacology from Thomas Jefferson Medical College. Since joining Schrodinger in 2013, Jeff has served several roles in both the scientific and technical aspects of computational chemistry software. He is currently a principal scientist in the materials science division focusing on physics-based simulations in consumer packaged goods applications.

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