Profiles in "Photosynthesis" Expertise Area

  • Woodbury is a professor in the School of Molecular Sciences and co-founder of the company HealthTell. His research ranges from protein dynamics to immunosignaturing and photosynthetic systems.
  • Fromme studies crystal structures of various proteins in the broad field of photosynthesis.
  • Regents Professor Emeritus and Distinguished Sustainability Scientist, Devens Gust has research and teaching interests in aspects of organic chemistry including artificial photosynthetic solar energy conversion and others.
  • Webber is a professor of molecular and cellular biosciences and also serves as executive director in the Office of the University Provost where he oversees University Accreditation and Academic Program Reviews.
  • Redding is Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry in the School of Molecular Sciences at ASU. His current research interests are in structure/function studies of photosynthetic reaction centers and other related areas.
  • Professor of Molecular Sciences at ASU. Allen's current research interests are in biophysics and biochemistry with a focus on the role of proteins in energy and disease.
  • Fromme is the Paul V. Galvin Professor and director of the Center for Applied Structural Discovery at the Biodesign Institute. Her research is on structural biochemistry and biophysics of membrane proteins.
  • Moore is a Regents Professor. He and his colleagues collaborate on research in artificial photosynthesis.
  • Dr. Flory has an interdisciplinary scientific background with a BS in physics, seven years industry experience, and a PhD in biological design. He works with faculty to develop proposals and manages three DOE funded projects.
  • Vermaas and his team conduct basic and applied research on cyanobacteria, a group of photosynthetic microbes, using these organisms as a chassis to produce useful compounds (biofuels, green chemicals) from sunlight and CO2.