Prof. Ioan Kosztin (left) developed a theoretical model that shows there is more than one way a protein can break free of the membrane involving several different pathways. Prof. Gavin King (right) used high precision atomic force microscopy experiments to measure the force required for proteins to break free from the membrane.
MU researchers gain a greater understanding of cell behavior by developing theoretical model of how proteins work with cell membranes
Jan. 24, 2019
Shi-Jie Chen, Curators' Distinguished Professor of Physics and Biochemistry has been elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Prof. Suchi Guha and Prof. Shi-Jie Chen have been recognized for their contribution to research and education through two awards:
Congratulations to graduate student Li Lee for winning the People’s Choice Award for the 3 Minute Thesis competition sponsored by the Office of Graduate Studies! The title of her presentation was "Biomedical Imaging: Imaging of Heart Fibrosis".
Gavin King, an associate professor of physics, is trying to understand one of the most basic concepts in cell biology: secretion, or the mechanism by which proteins can pass through a cell membrane to get from one compartment of a cell to ano
MU Hosts “Haunted” Observatory
Ghostly Historical Scientists Will Bring Astronomy to Life
The Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Missouri invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level, beginning on September 1, 2019. The position carries a competitive salary and startup funds.
Congratulations to our graduate student, Alec Pickett, who was awarded a Dissertation Year Fellowship by the graduate school.
MU researchers developed the device and are working to commercialize it
May 16th, 2018