Associate Professor of Physical Chemistry
My research goal is to obtain a molecular description of the dynamical aspects of biophysical systems. My research has focused on membrane permeability, with particular emphasis on membranes of human red blood cells and of cells grown in culture. The physico-chemical methods we use include electron spin resonance, nuclear magnetic resonance and fluorescence spectroscopy, fluorescence microscopy and image analysis, stopped-flow and temperature-jump methods, and computer simulation. More recently, I have also become interested in exploring how the Internet can be used to teach and learn chemistry.
Last Updated: 9/6/12