- Director, Program in Chemical Biology
Mary Sue Coleman Collegiate Professor in the Life Sciences; Research Associate Professor, Life Sciences Institute; Associate Professor of Chemistry
Development of biocatalytic methods, complex molecule synthesis, natural products
Assistant Professor of Biological Chemistry
Basic mechanisms of membrane-bound protein-quality control systems.
- Associate Professor of Microbiology and Immunology
Associate Professor of Medicinal Chemistry
Chemical ecology and drug discovery from host-microbe systems
Vincent Massey Collegiate Professor of Biological Chemistry
Chemical biology of hydrogen sulfide signaling, regulation of mammalian sulfur metabolism in health and disease, structural enzymology of human B12 trafficking proteins
- Carl J. Wiggers Collegiate Professor of Cardiovascular Physiology
- Professor & Associate PhD Graduate Program Chair, Molecular & Integrative Physiology
Professor of Biophysics; Professor of Chemistry
Live-cell super-resolution imaging, single-molecule fluorescence microscopy, plasmonics, and nanophotonics
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Investigating how chlorophyll is modified to absorb a broader range of light and how organisms build and tailor sunscreen pigments that provide protection from harmful UV-radiation
Assistant Professor of Pharmacology; Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine
Lipid modifications and intracellular signal transduction in cardiac pathophysiology
- Director of the Biophysics Program
Cyrus Levinthal Distinguished University Professor of Chemistry and Biophysics; Warner-Lambert/Parke-Davis Professor of Chemistry
Physical chemistry, biophysical chemistry, theoretical and computational chemistry, biophysics
Assistant Professor of Medicinal Chemistry
The Cernak Lab studies the interface of chemical synthesis and computer science. They employ informatics in reaction discovery, total synthesis, cell imaging and medicinal chemistry studies
Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Developing computer models to understand how complex networks in a cell – spanning metabolism, gene regulation and signaling – interact with each other, how these networks break down in disease, and how they can be targeted for therapy using drug combinations.
Professor of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology
Our lab uses a variety of biochemical, microscopic, and genetic techniques to elucidate amyloid fiber polymerization.
Associate Professor of Biological Chemistry
Understanding the molecular mechanisms of epigenetic inheritance through structural and biochemical studies of histones and their regulators
Research Assistant Professor, Life Sciences Institute; Assistant Professor of Biological Chemistry
The structural biology and biophysics underlying microtubule-based intracellular transport, defects in which can result in neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative diseases.