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Computational & Systems Biology Program
The John Chodera Lab
John Chodera, PhD
Computational chemist John Chodera uses statistical mechanics, molecular modeling, and automated biophysical experiments to help identify new potential therapeutics and investigate mechanisms of drug resistance in cancer.
Structural Biology Program
Melinda M. Diver, PhD
The Diver laboratory aims to enhance our biophysical and molecular understanding of sensory transduction and pain sensation and, specifically, how modulation of ion channels in primary afferent somatosensory neurons contributes to chronic pain.
Structural Biology Program
COPII protein machinery model
Jonathan Goldberg, PhD
The Goldberg laboratory focuses on structural and biochemical characterization of intracellular vesicle transport.
Structural Biology Program
Hite Lab Group
Richard Hite, PhD
The Hite laboratory studies the mechanisms of intracellular ion transport.
Immunology Program
The Morgan Huse Lab
Morgan Huse, PhD
Immunologist Morgan Huse studies the structure and function of immune cell-cell interactions.
Structural Biology Program
The Lima Lab
Christopher D. Lima, PhD
The Lima laboratory studies mechanisms underlying RNA processing as well as post-translational protein modification by ubiquitin-like proteins.
Structural Biology Program
Pictured: Stephen Long laboratory
Stephen B. Long, PhD
The Long laboratory discovers the atomic mechanisms of ion channels and enzymatic membrane proteins with an eye to using these discoveries to benefit humanity.
Structural Biology Program
Dimitar Nikolov Lab Group
Dimitar B. Nikolov, PhD
The Nikolov laboratory focuses on the structural, biophysical, and biochemical characterization of the molecular mechanisms of cell-cell interactions and signal transduction in the nervous system.
Structural Biology Program
Dinshaw Patel Lab Group
Dinshaw Patel, PhD
The Patel laboratory studies the structural biology of macromolecular recognition, regulation and catalysis. Ongoing projects include structure-function studies of the CRISPR-Cas and cGAS-STING surveillance pathways, on the role of Structure Maintenance Chromosome complexes in mediating DNA double strand break repair, on the role of histone and DNA methylation in epigenetic regulation and on RNA-mediated processes ranging from riboswitches and ribozymes to those governing siRNA and piRNA pathways.
Structural Biology Program
Nikola Pavletich Lab Group
Nikola P. Pavletich, PhD
The Pavletich laboratory studies the structural biology of pathways that control cell growth and maintain the integrity of the genome.