Jim Chambers, Chemistry
Studies of native proteins using covalent tagging, observation and perturbation
Min Chen, Chemistry
Engineering protein pores for biosensing
Peter Chien, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Regulated protein degradation in bacteria
Michelle Farkas, Chemistry
Development and Application of Chemical Biology Methods for the Study of Cancer Progression and Metastasis
Scott Garman, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Structural biology of glycoproteins in human disease
Lila M. Gierasch, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology/Chemistry
Biophysical approaches to protein folding and localization
Jeanne Hardy, Chemistry
Design of allosteric switches in apoptosis proteins; use of x-ray crystallography
Daniel N. Hebert, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Protein folding and maturation in the cell
Alejandro Heuck, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Transmembrane pore-forming proteins, fluorescence spectroscopy
Matt Holden, Chemistry
Membrane transport biophysics; mimicking electrically stimulated systems using engineered membrane bionetworks
D. Joseph Jerry, Veterinary & Animal Sciences
Regulation of p53 function
Igor A. Kaltashov, Chemistry
Biopolymer structure and function by mass spectrometry
Michael J. Knapp, Chemistry
Enzymology of metallo-oxygenases, bioinorganic chemistry
Michael J. Maroney, Chemistry
Craig T. Martin, Chemistry
Protein-nucleic acid interactions; RNA polymerase enzymology
Murugappan Muthukumar, Polymer Science & Engineering
Assembly and dynamics of macromolecular complexes
Sarah Perry, Chemical Engineering
Molecular engineering, self-assembly, and microfluidic technologies to generate biologically relevant microenvironments for the study and application of biomacromolecules
Shelly Peyton, Chemical Engineering
Engineered microenvironment control of cell motility
Vincent M. Rotello, Chemistry
Biomedical applications of nanoparticles and polymers
Maria M. Santore, Polymer Science & Engineering
Proteins and membranes in biomaterials; biomimetics; bioadhesion
Jessica Schiffman, Chemical Engineering
Biopolymer nanostructures and hydrogels; Antibacterial surface coatings
Danny J. Schnell, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Protein targeting and organelle biogenesis
Sloan Siegrist, Microbiology
Engineering the cell surfaces of bacterial pathogens
Meg Stratton, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Understanding the molecular components of long term memory formation
Gregory N. Tew, Polymer Science & Engineering
Bio-inspired macromolecules and materials
S. Thayumanavan, Chemistry
Biomimetic macromolecules
Lynmarie K. Thompson, Chemistry
Membrane receptors and transporters; solid-state NMR
Richard W. Vachet, Chemistry
Biological mass spectrometry; nanoparticles in biology
Elizabeth Vierling, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Molecular chaperones, stress responses, and nitric oxide metabolism in plants