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|Browning, Karen||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Professor Browning's research is in the area of initiation of protein synthesis in plants where she studies the early stages in the initiation process when a mRNA is selected and prepared to …|
|Campion, Alan||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Dr. Campion is interested in a wide variety of physical and chemical phenomena that occur at solid surfaces or at interfaces. These processes are intellectually interesting because of dimensionality, …|
|Chelikowsky, James||Chemical Engineering; Chemistry and Biochemistry; Physics||Dr. Chelikowsky is an expert in materials science, quantum mechanics and density functional theory’s application to semiconducting materials. He uses computers to research the properties of …|
|Clark, Katie||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Chemistry|
|Cleland, Elizabeth||Chemistry and Biochemistry; Department of Geological Sciences of the Jackson School of Geosciences||Chemistry and Geosciences|
|Crooks, Richard||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Electrochemistry, nanomaterials, catalysis, chemical and biological sensing, and microanalytical systems.|
|De Pue, Lauren||Chemistry and Biochemistry; College of Natural Sciences|
|Dragna, Justin||Chemistry and Biochemistry||The majority of Justin's research focuses on the detection of chirality using supramolecular chemistry. He is also working on predicting thermodynamic parameters using pattern recognition …|
|Elber, Ron||Chemistry and Biochemistry||On the biophysics front, Dr, Elber's Research Group is interested in computational algorithms to extend the time scale of simulations in molecular biophysics. Straightforward simulation …|
|Ellington, Andrew||Chemistry and Biochemistry||The Ellington lab is primarily interested in developing tools for the delivery of nucleic acids into and out of cells, and acellular systems for the evolution of synthetic genetic circuits. The …|