We study the structure and function of macromolecular machines and how they are related to human health.
We develop experimental and computational techniques to understand the mechanism for a variety of macromolecules in the cell, including the viruses, the chaperones, the ribosomes, etc.
How to reach us?
Our laboratory is located on the 2nd floor (Lab: Rm 2148 and Office: Rm 2157) of the Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Building on the Texas A&M Campus.
301 Old Main Dr., ILSB 2157A, College Station, TX 77843-3474