Research Methods and Training Opportunities
Our lab employs versatile biophysical methods to study protein structure and dynamics, including X-ray crystallography, heteronuclear NMR spectroscopy and small angle X-ray scattering. A combination of these methods not only provides high resolution protein structure, but also dynamics.
Besides these major structural biology methods, our lab also provides training opportunities in molecular cloning, protein/RNA purification, protein folding/unfolding, computer programming, and various biophysical methods for macromolecular interactions such as fluorescence anisotropy, ITC and EMSA.
We are accepting undergraduate and master student interns.