Associate Research Scholar, Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics. Lecturer in Physics and the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics.

Areas of Research: New single-molecule methods, biophysics, fluorescence imaging
171 Carl Icahn Lab

Supported by the Lewis-Sigler Fellow program, my lab develops physical techniques to re-examine in vitro biochemistry with single-molecule resolution. In particular, we are working on new methods to probe (1) binding associated conformation change, (2) assembly of molecular complexes and (3) post-translational modifications, all at the single-molecule level. It is hoped that these new capabilities will provide novel insights into the biochemistry and biophysics of how biology organizes and functions at the fundamental level.

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