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Structural Biology

Amzel scientific imageMario Amzel
Professor
Structure and mechanism of proteins involved in redox or phosphoryl transfer reactions, such as FPPS, MICAL, and Pl3K-alpha.  Many of these proteins studied are targets for drug design.
Scott Bailey scientific imageScott Bailey
Assistant Professor
Structure/function studies of genome integrity
Barrick scientific imageDoug Barrick
Professor
Stability and folding of modular proteins, structure and sequence analysis of protein evolution, protein-protein interactions in signaling pathways

James Berger
Professor
Structural and mechanistic biochemistry of protein/nucleic acid machines and assemblies

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Jürgen Bosch
Assistant Professor
Structural biology of macromolecular complexes critical for malaria pathogenicity, structure-based drug design

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Greg Bowman
Assistant Professor
Structural biology of molecular machines involved in nucleosome remodeling

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Dominique Frueh
Assistant Professor
NMR studies of modulations of protein dynamics and conformations in active enzymatic systems

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Albert Lau
Assistant Professor
Characterization of biomolecular association and conformational transitions using computational and crystallographic approaches

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Dan Leahy
Professor
Structural and biophysical characterization of signaling pathways

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Juliette Lecomte
Professor
Structure and dynamics of protein in solution by NMR spectroscopy

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Sean Prigge
Associate Professor
Crystallography of malaria proteins

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Joel Schildbach
Professor
Structural, biochemical, and functional studies of proteins involved in DNA transfer by bacterial conjugation

Jungsan Sohn research imageJungsan Sohn
Assistant Professor
Structure and function of biological stress-sensors
Joel Tolman research imageJoel Tolman
Associate Professor
Experimental and theoretical NMR, protein structure and function, polyubiquitylation
Herschel Wade research imageHerschel Wade
Assistant Professor
Molecular mechanisms of ligand-dependent transcriptional activation-repression, broadly-specific receptor-ligand systems
Cynthia Wolberger research imageCynthia Wolberger
Professor
Structural and mechanistic studies of transcription regulation and ubiquitin signaling

 

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