Kenan Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, Biochemistry and Biophysics; Vice Chair of Facilities; Jointly appointed with the School of Medicine
Genome Sciences Building 3250
Protein Biophysics Emphasizing Studies in Living Cells
BS Chem., Bradley U, 1977; PhD Biochemistry, with J. Ivan Legg, Washington State U, 1983; Postdoc with Michael Smith, U British Columbia, 1983-1986; Postdoc with Robert JP Williams, Oxford. 1986-1988; DuPont Young Faculty Award; Morrow Young Faculty Award; NIH Pioneer Award, 2006; National Science Foundation Program Director 2013-2014
My graduate students and I work in three areas:
High-resolution protein NMR studies in living cells.
Oxidative damage to ±-synuclein, a key protein in Parkinson's disease.
Pressure perturbation calorimetry of peptides and proteins.