Research Associate Professor
Office/Building: SMBB 2501
HSC Cores: http://cores.utah.edu/
I am interested in the structure, function, assembly, and disassembly of viruses and cellular macromolecules. I am particularly interested in using structural techniques to understand virus cell-entry, assembly, and evolution. My primary research tool is cryogenic electron microscopy and three-dimensional reconstruction (cryo-EM). I am also interested in improving cryo-EM techniques. I currently serve as the director of the Electron Microscopy Core Laboratory at the University of Utah, where I work with many to help them image their samples. I am happy to be of service to them."
- Three-dimensional electron microscopy of viruses and other macromolecular complexes. 3DEM technique