Molecular Biophysics Research Group

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Our work

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We specialize in:

  • monitoring light-induced electron and proton transfer reactions in photosynthesis
  • study of lipid-protein interactions
  • artificial membrane characterization

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Our group uses an interdisciplinary approach that stems from concepts in physics, chemistry, and biology to study photosynthetic processes at the molecular level.

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Interested in taking a course with me?

I teach introductory physics courses and interdisciplinary courses that connect concepts from physics, chemistry and biology.

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