Chemical Biology Researchers


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Katherine Henzler-Wildman

Jean V. Thomas Professor in Biochemistry
Phone: (608) 890-1094
Research Area: Dynamics and function of integral membrane proteins, secondary active transport, ion channels
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Hazel M. Holden

Professor
Phone: (608) 262-4988
Research Area: Structure and function of enzymes
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Aaron Hoskins

Wasson Professor in Biochemistry of Higher Animals
Phone: (608) 890-3101
Research Area: Elucidating biochemical mechanisms in eukaryotic RNA metabolism with chemistry, biology, and single molecule analysis
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John Ralph

Professor (also Biological Systems Engineering and D.O.E. Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center)
Phone: (608) 890-2429
Research Area: Plant cell wall structure, biosynthesis and utilization
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Srivatsan Raman

Assistant Professor (also Bacteriology, and Chemical and Biological Engineering)
Phone: (608) 890-1036
Research Area: Systems and synthetic biology, protein design, biosensors, synthetic bacteriophages, high-throughput functional assays, sequence-function landscapes
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M. Thomas Record, Jr.

Steenbock Professor in Chemical Sciences & John D. Ferry Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Phone: (608) 262-5332
Research Area: Biophysical chemistry of proteins, nucleic acids and their interactions
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Chad M. Rienstra

Professor (also Morgridge Institute for Research)
Phone: (608) 261-1167
Research Area: Development and application of solid-state NMR spectroscopy to protein, lipid and small molecule structure and dynamics
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Philip A. Romero

Assistant Professor
Phone: (608) 262-5943
Research Area: Protein engineering, computational biology, high-throughput technology
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Ophelia S. Venturelli

Assistant Professor (also Bacteriology and Chemical and Biological Engineering)
Phone: (608) 263-7017
Research Area: Understanding and engineering microbial communities across space and time
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Amy M. Weeks

Assistant Professor
Phone: (608) 890-2583
Research Area: Spatially-resolved mapping of post-translational modifications; protein engineering; chemoproteomics