Stevin Gehrke, Ph.D.
Professor, Chemical and Petroleum Engineering
Chris Fischer, Ph.D.
Director of Engineering Physics Program
A brief review of the biophysics program within our department, emphasizing recent characterizations of DNA-interacting molecular motors. This includes the nucleosome binding and repositioning activities of the chromatin remodeler ISWI and the identification of the energetically rate-limiting process in nucleosome sliding. In addition to challenging the standard models for DNA damage detection, the results highlight the importance of assay development and applied mathematics in enzymology.
Richard Barohn, M.D.
Director of Frontiers: University of Kansas Clinical and Translational Science Institute
After completing a terminal degree such as a PhD, MD or DO, there are a number of professional career path options. These various options will be briefly explored for both PhDs and MDs/DOs in the biological sciences, advice and tips will then be provided for those with an intention of pursuing a research career at a university.
Silviya Zustiak, Ph.D.
St. Louis University