We define chemical biology as the application of chemistry to the study of molecular events in biological systems. This broad interdisciplinary interpretation encompasses well-established divisions of chemistry such as bioorganic, biophysical, bioanalytical, bioinorganic and biochemistry and is supported and further enhanced by the highly interdisciplinary and collaborative research environment in the life sciences at Cornell. (http://vivo.library.cornell.edu/). Chemical Biology research at Cornell is supported by the Chemistry Biology Interface Training Program that is funded by NIH.
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|Aye||Biocompatible synthetic methodologies in
deconvoluting redox regulation, manipulations of protein trafficking, protein
multimerization. Group Website|
|Baird||Biophysical studies of membrane receptor proteins, signal transduction and cellular responses. Group Website|
|Cerione||Multi-component signal transduction pathways that influence cell growth and differentiation.|
|Chen||Single molecule spectroscopy, metallochaperone protein-protein interaction, nanocatalysis. Group Website|
|Crane||Protein electron transfer reactions, photochemistry, nitric oxide and nitration in biological systems|
|Ealick||X-ray crystallography of proteins for drug design for studying catalytic mechanisms and protein evolution. Group Website|
|Lin||Protein posttranslational modifications, ADP-ribosylation, dipthamide, C-mannosylation. Group Website|