Profiles in "Molecular Biophysics" Expertise Area

  • Webber is a professor in the School of Life Sciences and most recently served as executive director in the Office of the University Provost where he oversaw University Accreditation and Academic Program Reviews.
  • Gerdenis Kodis is a retired research faculty with a joint appointment in the Department of Physics and the Biodesign Institute at ASU. He works in the fields of artificial photosynthesis, molecular photonics, and biophysics.
  • Hariadi's interests include the biological physics of molecular machines, mechanobiology, ultra-sensitive diagnostics, and the origins of life.
  • Matthias Heyden is an assistant professor in the School of Molecular Sciences at ASU. His group uses computer simulations to gain atomistic insights into molecular systems.
  • Šulc’s research focuses on application of computational modeling and statistical physics approaches to complex systems.
  • The Wadhwa lab seeks to understand how bacteria sense mechanical cues from their environment and how these cues are transduced into biochemical signals to modulate behavior.