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Faculty Directory - Biochemistry
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Pharmacology and Cancer Biology
By Research Interest
Membranes and organelles
Microbiology and virology
Nucleic acid metabolism
HHMI investigator/James B Duke Professor
The molecular organization of plasma membranes in differentiated vertebrate cells and to the role of such cellular-level structure in normal physiology and disease.
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry
Cell signaling through protein glycosylation, using chemical, biochemical and cell biological methods.
Gene Function and Regulation, Nucleic Acids Biochemistry, RNA Biochemistry
Biochemical and genetic analysis of secretory outer membrane vesicles produced by pathogenic bacteria.
Structural and functional studies of ion channels and transporters
James B. Duke Professor of Medicine
Molecular properties and regulatory mechanisms that control the function of plasma membrane receptors for hormones and drugs.
We study mRNA modifications and their role in nervous system function.
Physical chemistry of biological macromolecules: kinetics, thermodynamics, spectroscopy and structure.
Structural Bioinformatics: concepts and computer tools to visualize, analyze, and correct protein and RNA structures.
James B. Duke Professor
3D structural bioinformatics of protein and RNA: structures, interactions, motions, & design; techniques for improving model accuracy.
University Distinguished Service Professor, Director of Duke NMR Spectroscopy Center
Studies of molecular structures, assembly mechanisms and function of biological macromolecular machines with physical biochemistry methods.
The molecular basis of ion and lipid transport across cell membranes and their impacts on health and disease.
Radical and metallo-enzymology.
NMR methodology and its application to understanding the molecular recognition of essential protein complexes in crucial biological processes.
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