Gregg Dieckmann is an Associate Professor of Biophysics and Inorganic Chemistry as well as of Bionanotechnology. He is also an affiliated faculty member of the Alan G. MacDiarmid NanoTech Institute. His laboratory uses "protein design to create simple model systems. These systems provide insights into the functioning of more complex biological systems, or yield new bio/nano hybrid materials." His research interests include:

  • Thiolate-rich Zn(II) sites and alkyl transfef
  • Designed protein motifs and carbon nanotubes
  • DNA-binding domains
  • Membrane fusion/protein-protein interactions
Learn more about Dr. Dieckmann here.

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