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People who work in Chemical Biology

Faculty
Photo Name / job title E-mail / phone / campus Interests include
Shantu Amin Amin, Shantu
  • Professor of Pharmacology
717-531-8285
   (Hershey)

Design and synthesis of agents to study mechanisms of cancer etiology and develop anti-cancer agents.

Maria Bewley Bewley, Maria
  • Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
717-531-4321
   (Hershey)

Investigation of protein function using structural techniques such as x-ray crystallography.

Judith Bond Bond, Judith
  • Professor and Chair Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
717-531-8586
   (Hershey)

Structure, function, and regulation of proteolytic enzymes.

James Connor Connor, James
  • Distinguished Professor and Vice-Chair Department of Neurosurgery
717-531-4541
   (Hershey)

Creation of methods to regulate expression of iron-binding proteins in the nervous system.

Karam El-Bayoumy El-Bayoumy, Karam
  • Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • Associate Director of Basic Research, Penn State Cancer Institute
717-531-1005
   (Hershey)

Understanding the mechanisms of tobacco carcinogenesis and developing appropriate strategies for cancer chemoprevention.

John Flanagan Flanagan, John
  • Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
717-531-4189
   (Hershey)

Investigation of protein function, using a variety of biochemical, genetic and structural techniques including x-ray crystallography.

Channe Gowda Gowda, Channe
  • Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
717-531-0992
   (Hershey)

Understanding the structures and interactions between Plasmodium falciparum and human glycoconjugates that lead to malaria pathogenesis.

No photo available for this person Irby, Rosalyn
  • Assistant Professor of Medicine
717-531-5035
   (Hershey)

Etiology of large granular lymphocyte (LGL) leukemia. Identification of the molecular basis for metastatic disease in colorectal cancer.

No photo available for this person Ishmael, Faoud
  • Assistant Professor of Pulmonary Medicine
   (Hershey)

Focused on mechanisms of inflammatory responses in diseases such as allergy, asthma, and autoimmune disorders

Leonard Jefferson Jefferson, Leonard
  • Evan Pugh Professor and Chair of Cellular and Molecular Physiology
  • Co-Chair, Intercollege Graduate Degree Program in Physiology
717-531-8567
   (Hershey)

Structure, function and regulation of mRNA translation initiation factors.

Kathleen M Mulder Mulder, Kathleen
  • Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
717-531-6789
   (Hershey)

TGF-beta signal transduction, anti-cancer therapeutics and diagnostics, motor proteins, and intracellular trafficking.

No photo available for this person Prokopczyk, Bogdan
  • Associate Professor of Pharmacology
717-531-5922
   (Hershey)

The etiology of carcinogen- and virus-induced cancers.

Gavin Robertson Robertson, Gavin
  • Professor of Pharmacology, Pathology, and Dermatology
717-531-8098
   (Hershey)

Genetic regulation of melanoma development.

No photo available for this person Ropson, Ira
  • Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
717-531-4064
   (Hershey)

Investigating the folding, stability and function of proteins using NMR spectroscopy.

Thomas Spratt Spratt, Thomas
  • Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • Chair, Chemical Biology option of Integrative Biosciences Graduate Program
717-531-4623
   (Hershey)

Design and synthesis of unnatural substrates to examine the mechanisms of DNA repair and mutagenesis.

No photo available for this person Tian, Fang
  • Assistant Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
717-531-6775
   (Hershey)

Focused on elucidating the structure, function, and dynamics of membrane proteins using NMR spectroscopy.

Graduate students
Photo Name / job title E-mail / phone / campus Interests include
No photo available for this person Ebersole, Brittany
  • Graduate student
   (Hershey)
No photo available for this person Pang, Min
  • Graduate student
   (Hershey)