Rafael Brüschweiler

Ohio Research Scholar and Professor
Mentor Faculty

 

Research Description:

Our lab’s research focuses on 4 main areas: 1. Development and application of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) for studying the structure, dynamics, and function of proteins and small molecules; 2. Long molecular dynamics computer simulations (MD) and force field development for predicting protein behavior and their interactions. 3. New NMR methods for speed-up and improved sensitivity; and 4. Quantitative and automated analysis of metabolomic mixtures.
Areas of Expertise
  • Chemistry & Biochemistry
Education
  • PhD: ETH Zurich, 1991
  • Postdoctoral: The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, 1991-1994
Focus Areas: 

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Phone:
614 688-2083
382 CBEC
151 W. Woodruff Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210