Molecular Mechanisms for Membrane Transport and Cell Signaling
Biophysical Chemistry: Membrane protein structure, function, and dynamics
Structure and Function of Macromolecular Complexes Using Electron Microscopy
Structural biology of membrane proteins; Structure/function and structure/stability relationships and the development of new tools for protein crystallization.
Mechanisms of cell entry by influenza; Viral glycan recognition; drug resistance; molecular dynamics simulation; distributed computing.
Structure-Function Relationships in Macromolecules; Infectious Diseases and Drug Discovery; Bioinformatics and Big Data; Scientific Reproducibility
Structure-Function of Active Transporters
Systems biology, infectious disease, cancer, toxicology, metabolic engineering
Human Immunodeficiency; Virus Gene Expression
Biomembrane Structure and Function; Cell Entry of Enveloped Viruses; Neurosecretion by Exocytosis; Structure of Bacterial Pathogen Membrane Proteins; Lipid-Protein Interactions
Structural biology (esp. crystallography) of integral membrane proteins; TonB-dependent active transport across the bacterial outer membrane; cancer-related membrane proteins; crystallization methods development
Cardiac Gap Junction Membrane Channels / Integrins Water Channels / Rotavirus / Reovirus / Retrovirus