Structural Biology and Biophysics

Our structural biologists and biophysicists utilize cutting edge physical techniques including cryo-electron microscopy, X-ray crystallography and specialized light microscopies to study the structure and function of key biological macromolecules. This work has led to better vaccines and therapeutics as well as a deeper understanding of the molecular underpinnings of life.

Portrait of Ilya J. Finkelstein

Ilya J. Finkelstein

  • Associate Professor
  • Lorene Morrow Kelley Endowed Faculty Fellowship Fund
Portrait of David W. Hoffman

David W. Hoffman

  • Associate Professor
Portrait of Andres Jara-Oseguera

Andres Jara-Oseguera

  • Assistant Professor
  • Lorene Morrow Kelley Endowed Faculty Fellowship Fund
Portrait of Kenneth Johnson

Kenneth Johnson

  • Professor
  • Roger J. Williams Centennial Professorship in Biochemistry
Portrait of Adrian T. Keatinge-Clay

Adrian T. Keatinge-Clay

  • Associate Professor
Building: NHB
Room Number:4.123
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Portrait of Daniel J. Leahy

Daniel J. Leahy

  • Professor
  • Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Regents Chair in Molecular Biology
Portrait of Jason McLellan

Jason McLellan

  • Professor
  • Robert A. Welch Chair in Chemistry
  • Associate Chair for Graduate Education
Building: NHB
Room Number:4.342
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Portrait of David W. Taylor

David W. Taylor

  • Assistant Professor
  • Lorene Morrow Kelley Endowed Faculty Fellowship Fund
Building: NHB
Room Number:4.121
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Portrait of Y. Jessie Zhang

Y. Jessie Zhang

  • Professor