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Eszter Boros
Assistant Professor. Molecular imaging, medicinal inorganic chemistry, radiochemistry.

   
Ken A. Dill

Ken A. Dill
Professor. Director of the Laufer Center for Physical & Quantitative Biology. Statistical physics of biological molecules and cells. We model proteins, water, cell networks, dynamics of small systems, and we develop methods for computer-based drug discovery.

   
Dale Drueckhammer

Dale Drueckhammer
Professor. Computer-based design and synthesis of receptors and sensors for biomolecules. Design and synthesis of enzyme inhibitors. Enzyme reaction mechanisms

   
Frank Johnson

Frank Johnson
Professor. Synthesis of viral enzyme inhibitors. Chemical aspects of genetic toxicology. New organo-alkali synthetic chemi

   
Ming-Yu Ngai

Ming-Yu Ngai
Assistant Professor. Synthetic methodology development using multifunctional catalysts and dual catalysis. Drug design and synthesis. Radio-tracer development for Positron Emission Tomography.

   
Iwao Ojima

Iwao Ojima
Distinguished Professor. Design, synthesis, and structure-activity relationships of medicinally-active compounds, especially for the drug design and discovery of anticancer agents and antimicrobials. Development of new and efficient methods for the synthesis of biologically active compounds of medicinal interests.

   
Kathlyn Parker

Kathlyn Parker
Professor. Synthetic chemistry.

   
Nicole Sampson

Nicole Sampson
Professor. Bioorganic chemistry and mechanistic enzymology. Investigation of the structure and function of cholesterol oxidase protein-membrane interactions, and its relationship to Mycobacterium tuberculosis pathogenesis. Synthesis of peptides and polymers to probe the role of ADAM proteins in mammalian fertilization.

   
Peter Tonge

Peter Tonge
Professor. Biological chemistry and enzymology. Quantitating substrate strain in enzyme-catalyzed reactions using vibrational and NMR spectroscopies. Rational drug design. Pathogenesis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Structure-function studies of fluorescent proteins.

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