Eric Martz
Ph.D., Professor Emeritus
University of Massachusetts, Amherst (USA)

Last updated: December, 2020
Eric Martz teaching at Osaka University, Japan, 2009, in Keiichi Namba's Protonic Nanomachine Group. Photograph courtesy of Akihiro Kawamoto. (T-Shirt)

For 25 years, I have been developing the online resources below for researchers, educators and students. In 2020, they are, in aggregate, accessed more than 1,000 times/day.

Since 1997, I have been developing innovative, widely-used, award-winning tools for visualization of macromolecular structures in education, research, and structural bioinformatics. These are all free and open source. I have been coauthor on more than a dozen peer-reviewed journal publications in structural bioinformatics. I retired from teaching immunology in January, 2004. I did research in cell biology and immunology 1965-1997, publishing 46 research reports and 19 reviews.

Macromolecular Visualization and Structural Bioinformatics
I. Active Projects

II. Former Projects

Martz Publications in Cell Biology and Immunology.

2005 Formal Curriculum Vitae

1997 Informal Biographical Sketch

Ceramic art of my parents, Karl Martz and Becky Brown

Former teaching: (I retired from teaching immunology courses effective January, 2004.)