Research Labs

16 Faculty Members found
Computational & Systems Biology Program
The John Chodera Lab
John Chodera, PhD
Computational chemist John Chodera uses statistical mechanics, molecular modeling, and automated biophysical experiments to help identify new potential therapeutics and investigate mechanisms of drug resistance in cancer.
Chemical Biology Program
Arvin Dar, PhD
Arvin Dar’s lab develops chemical tools and probes to explore disease mechanisms and the structural biology of cancer targets.
Structural Biology Program
Melinda M. Diver, PhD
The Diver lab studies the physiological roles and molecular mechanisms of understudied membrane-embedded proteins with the goal of revealing novel therapeutic targets for diseases such as pain and cancer.
Cell Biology Program
Robert Farese, MD
The Farese & Walther lab studies the biology and pathology of cellular lipid metabolism, focusing on lipid/energy storage in lipid droplets and sphingolipid metabolism in lysosomes.
Structural Biology Program
COPII protein machinery model
Jonathan Goldberg, PhD
The Goldberg laboratory focuses on structural and biochemical characterization of intracellular vesicle transport.
Structural Biology Program
Hite Lab Group
Richard Hite, PhD
The Hite laboratory studies the mechanisms of ion and metabolite transport and the maintenance of genomic integrity.
Immunology Program
The Morgan Huse Lab
Morgan Huse, PhD
Immunologist Morgan Huse studies the structure and function of immune cell-cell interactions.
Structural Biology Program
The Lima Lab
Christopher D. Lima, PhD
The Lima laboratory studies mechanisms underlying RNA processing as well as post-translational protein modification by ubiquitin-like proteins.
Structural Biology Program
Pictured: Stephen Long laboratory
Stephen B. Long, PhD
The Long laboratory investigates the molecular mechanisms of ion channels and enzymatic membrane proteins and seeks to use these discoveries to benefit humanity.
Structural Biology Program
Dimitar Nikolov Lab Group
Dimitar B. Nikolov, PhD
The Nikolov laboratory focuses on the structural, biophysical, and biochemical characterization of the molecular mechanisms of cell-cell interactions and signal transduction in the nervous system.