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Faculty Directory - Biochemistry

HHMI investigator/James B Duke Professor
Biochemistry
The molecular organization of plasma membranes in differentiated vertebrate cells and to the role of such cellular-level structure in normal physiology and disease.
919-684-3538
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry
Biochemistry
Cell signaling through protein glycosylation, using chemical, biochemical and cell biological methods.
(919) 684-9906
Professor
Biochemistry
Gene Function and Regulation, Nucleic Acids Biochemistry, RNA Biochemistry
(919) 684-4034
Associate Professor
Biochemistry
Biochemical and genetic analysis of secretory outer membrane vesicles produced by pathogenic bacteria.
(919) 684-2545
Assistant Professor
Biochemistry
Structural and functional studies of ion channels and transporters
919-684-1005
James B. Duke Professor of Medicine
Biochemistry
Molecular properties and regulatory mechanisms that control the function of plasma membrane receptors for hormones and drugs.
(919) 684-2974
Assistant Professor
Biochemistry
We study mRNA modifications and their role in nervous system function.
(919) 684-9562
Professor
Biochemistry
Physical chemistry of biological macromolecules: kinetics, thermodynamics, spectroscopy and structure.
919 684-4363
Professor
Biochemistry
Structural Bioinformatics: concepts and computer tools to visualize, analyze, and correct protein and RNA structures.
919-684-6010
James B. Duke Professor
Biochemistry
3D structural bioinformatics of protein and RNA: structures, interactions, motions, & design; techniques for improving model accuracy.
919-684-6010
University Distinguished Service Professor, Director of Duke NMR Spectroscopy Center
Biochemistry
Studies of molecular structures, assembly mechanisms and function of biological macromolecular machines with physical biochemistry methods.
(919)684-4327
Assistant Professor
Biochemistry
The molecular basis of ion and lipid transport across cell membranes and their impacts on health and disease.
(919) 684-1406
Assistant professor
Biochemistry
Radical and metallo-enzymology.
(919) 684-8848
Associate Professor
Biochemistry
NMR methodology and its application to understanding the molecular recognition of essential protein complexes in crucial biological processes.
919-493-0342