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|Zhang, Yan||Chemistry and Biochemistry||A major focus of Zhang's research is the elucidation of the fundamental principles of transcriptional regulation. The primary experimental approaches used in the laboratory are macromolecular …|
|Willson, Carlton||Chemical Engineering; Chemistry and Biochemistry||The interaction of organic materials with light; rational design, synthesis and characterization of new organic materials with useful properties|
|Webb, Lauren||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Research in the Webb group seeks to understand and manipulate the mechanisms of interaction, organization, and self-assembly of biological macromolecules that lead to the complex and emergent …|
|Vandenbout, David||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Research in the Vanden Bout group is focused on spectroscopically probing condensed phase systems that are inherently heterogeneous in nature. The difficulty in studying these non-ideal heterogeneous …|
|Stovall, Gwendolyn||Chemistry and Biochemistry; College of Natural Sciences||A part of the University of Texas Freshman Research Initiative, the Aptamer Stream uses oligonucleotide chemistry, in vitro selection methodology, and biochemistry to develop novel therapeutics, …|
|Stokes, Shannon||Chemistry and Biochemistry|
|Stevenson, Keith||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Dr. Stevenson's research is aimed at understanding and controlling the kinetics and energetics of reactions occurring at scientifically interesting and technologically relevant solid/liquid …|
|Stevens, Scott||School of Biological Sciences; Chemistry and Biochemistry; Section of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology||Processing and metabolism of RNA in eukaryotes. Dr. Steven's laboratory is interested in the structure and function of ribonucleoproteins, in particular, the small nuclear ribonucleoproteins …|
|Stanton, John||Chemistry and Biochemistry; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Dr. Stanton's group research interests are in the area of theoretical chemistry. The focus is twofold: to develop new theoretical methods and implement them in computationally efficient computer …|
|Shear, Ruth||Chemistry and Biochemistry|