Laboratory of Structural Cell Biology

 

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My lab uses biophysical, biochemical and cellular techniques to study the structure and function of biological macromolecules. We employ rigorous chemical and physical methodologies to solve medically-relevant problems that help to decipher the most fundamental mechanisms of life and contribute to improving human health.

General areas of research include protein nuclear import, viral genome ejection/packaging motors, multi-subunits ATPases and disease-linked phosphatases.

bluemle buildingWe are located at the 8th floor of the Bluemle Life Sciences Building, in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Thomas Jefferson University, downtown Philadelphia.