A special thanks goes out to to the supporting organizations behind the APBS and PDB2PQR software...

National Biomedical Computation Resource - Deployment and computational resources support
National Institutes of Health - Funding via grant GM069702
National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure - Funding and computational resources
Washington University in St. Louis - Startup funding

Contributors to date

Contributions to the APBS and PDB2PQR are always welcome and can be shared through GitHub, the mailing list, or emailed directly to

The following is an alphabetical list of contributors to the APBS/PDB2PQR effort:

  • Nathan Baker: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Tucker Beck: APBS
  • Steve Bond: APBS
  • Larry Canino: APBS
  • Zhan Chen: APBS
  • Vincent Chu: APBS
  • Todd Dolinsky: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Adrian Elcock: APBS
  • Dave Gohara: APBS
  • Michael Grabe: APBS
  • Stephen Gradwohl: APBS
  • Keith Fligg: APBS
  • Tyler Harmon: APBS
  • Yong Huang: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Michael Holst: APBS
  • Peter Hui: APBS
  • Liz Jurrus: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Adrian Kaats: APBS
  • Patrice Koehl: APBS
  • Robert Konecny: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Stephen Libby: APBS
  • Chiansan Ma: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • J. Andrew McCammon: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Kyle Monson: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Jens Nielsen: PDB2PQR
  • Mike Schnieders: APBS
  • Dave Sept: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Andrew Stevens: APBS
  • Samir Unni: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Guowei Wei: APBS
  • Justin Xiang: APBS