Office: 4218 Chemistry and Chemical Biology Building
Thomas Osborn Popp
Interests: I am interested in the development of magnetic resonance methods and instrumentation for the study of complex systems such as porous materials, biological membranes, and living organisms such as deep-sea extremophilic bacteria. I am particularly drawn to the use of in situ methodologies, as well as fast-MAS and pulsed-field gradient NMR techniques.
Gobin Raj Acharya
Interests: I am interested in exploring the structure and dynamics of materials for their real-life application, especially of the nano-confined fluids, Ionic liquids, and bio-molecules using methods such as atomic force microscopy, neutrons and x-ray scattering techniques, and NMR techniques.
Interests: My research focus is on studying interfaces with solid state NMR. My main project is studying lipid bilayers, specifically PIP3-containing liposomes. I’ve also examined MOFs, polymers, and peptides with ssNMR. I have significant experience with proton and phosphorus NMR.
Interests: I am interested in the use of computational methods to study lipid dynamics and peripheral membrane protein binding mechanisms and affinities to lipid bilayers. I enjoy developing software tools that support my research and personal projects.
Interests: I am interested in the application of solid-state NMR techniques towards studying and understanding the complexities of proteins and their binding patners. My research revolves around studying the structure and dynamics of membrane proteins and their interactions with lipid membranes. I am also interested in the optimization of protein expression and purification.
Interests: Optimization of expression of isotopically labeled proteins
Interests: 3D Printing for ssNMMR