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Ad Bax, Ph.D. (born as Adriaan Bax, June 14, 1956) is the Chief of the Section on Biophysical NMR Spectroscopy at the National Institutes of Health.
Ad Bax was born in Zevenbergen, The Netherlands. He studied at Delft University of Technology where he got his Ph.D. in applied physics in 1981. He worked as a postdoc at Colorado State University, before he joined the faculty at NIH's Laboratory of Chemical Physics, where he has worked since. In 2002 he was admitted into the United States National Academy of Sciences
Ad Bax works in the field of biomolecular NMR spectroscopy, and he has developed many of the standard methods in the field. Ad Bax has contributed heavily to the development of triple resonance experiments for resonance assignment of proteins, and to the development for using residual dipolar couplings for determining RNA and protein structures.
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