Research in the Bachovchin laboratory includes mechanistic studies of serine proteases, and drug design and discovery.
Research in the Baleja laboratory uses NMR spectroscopy and other biophysical methods to determine high-resolution models for proteins, to quantify molecular interactions, and to measure metabolite levels in tissues and cells.
Research in the Bohm laboratory uses X-ray crystallography in conjunction with other biochemical and biophysical techniques to study the structure and function of the complex of proteins of the yeast cleavage/polyadenylation complex
Research in the Bullock laboratory is to understand, in molecular terms, the replication of polyomaviruses.
Research in the Degterev laboratory focuses on the mechanisms of cell death occurring in a wide range of human pathologies, including stroke, brain trauma and septic shock.
Research in the Forgac laboratory is focused on understanding the structure and regulation of the vacuolar ATPases (V-ATPases) and their role in human disease.
Research in the Heldwein laboratory focuses on structural analysis of the complex cell-entry machinery of herpesviruses with the ambition to develop a "molecular movie" illustrating successive steps during entry.
Research in the Kopin laboratory is focused in molecular endocrinology with an emphasis on G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs).
Research in the Kritzer laboratory creates peptides and peptidomimetic libraries to develop new molecules and new strategies to attack cancer, inflammation, and autoimmune diseases.
Research in the Kuliopulos laboratory studies the molecular mechanism of protease activation of the Protease-activated receptors and the subsequent signaling in vascular cells and in cancer.
Research in the Kumar laboratory uses chemical and biological methods to create novel and functional molecules that allows us to understand the mechanism of, and/or control biological processes.