Faculty Directory

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Mitchell, Julie

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jcmitchell@wisc.edu

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Mathematics Computational analysis of protein interactions and macromolecular shape features ***Currently on leave from UW-Madison***

Murphy, Regina

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regina@engr.wisc.edu

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Chemical & Biological Engineering Targeted drug design and physical chemistry of protein-protein interactions

Notbohm, Jacob

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jknotbohm@wisc.edu

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Engineering Physics We study how biological cells adhere, push, pull, and move. This work is inherently multidisciplinary, and we draw on the fields of engineering mechanics, soft matter physics, applied math, and cell biology.

Raman, Srivatsan

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sraman4@wisc.edu

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Biochemistry Synthetic and systems biology, protein design, directed evolution of proteins and biosynthetic pathways

Rayment, Ivan

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ivan_rayment@biochem.wisc.edu

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Biochemistry Structure and function of proteins by Xray diffraction analysis

Record, Thomas

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record@chem.wisc.edu

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Chemistry Protein-nucleic acid interactions

Robertson, Gail

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garobert@wisc.edu

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Neuroscience Molecular mechanisms of ion channel function

Romero, Philip

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promero2@wisc.edu

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Biochemistry Data-driven analysis of protein structure, function, and design

Roy, Subhojit

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roy27@wisc.edu

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SMPH Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Neuronal transportation and trafficking of proteins into axons and dendrites; developing accurate cellular models of normal and abnormal biological phenotypes using dissociated neurons from mice, drosophila neurons in-vivo, 3-D organoids, and iPS cells

Saha, Krishanu

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ksaha@wisc.edu

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Biomedical Engineering By bringing together stem cell biology, genome engineering and biomaterials expertise, the Saha lab generates new tools for use with hiPSCs to ask unique questions about human biology and disease

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