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|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 …|
|Fast, Walter||Chemistry and Biochemistry; Medicinal Chemistry; College of Pharmacy||Our current projects are in the areas of infectious disease, cancer, and cardiovascular / pulmonary health. We are guided by a broad curiosity about how enzymes work and how we can manipulate their …|
|Finkelstein, Ilya||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Genomic DNA acts as the blueprint for life and all organisms have evolved complex protein machines that faithfully maintain our genetic material. Genomic instability, which arises from defects in …|
|Finnell, Richard||Chemistry and Biochemistry; School of Human Ecology; Nutritional Sciences||Dr. Finnell’s research examines the interaction between specific genes and environmental toxins as they influence normal embryonic development. While his primary research focuses on discovering …|
|Giammatteo, Kaitlyn||Chemistry and Biochemistry|
|Grabner, Gail||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Chemistry and BioChem|
|Hackert, Marvin||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Structural molecular biology, protein crystallography, and biochemistry|
|Hawthorne, Sophia||Chemistry and Biochemistry|
|Henkelman, Graeme||Chemistry and Biochemistry; Statistics and Scientific Computation||The primary focus of the Henkelman group is the development of simulation methodology to study kinetic processes at the atomic scale. We are interested in surface growth, diffusion in solids, and …|
|Hoffman, David||Chemistry and Biochemistry||The ongoing research projects within the laboratory are related to RNA structure, RNA protein interactions, and structural investigations of the translational apparatus. Nuclear magnetic resonance …|