Welcome to the biological physics group at NC State. We are a highly collaborative collection of research groups that is interested in the physics of biological systems. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information and visit the Physics Department graduate program webpage if you would like to learn about how to join the department as a PhD student.
Sharonda LeBlanc – Single molecule Enzyme Biophysics
Shuang Fang Lim – Nanoprobes for Biophysics
Robert Riehn – DNA physics in nanofluidics
Christopher Roland – Computational Biophyiscs
Celeste Sagui – Computational Biophysics
Hong Wang – DNA-protein interactions
Keith Weninger – Nanoscale Conformation Dynamics using FRET
Adjunction Member Groups
New NIH grant to Elting group
NC State Physicist Awarded $1.8 Million for Research on Cell Division MIRA grant (Maximizing Investigators’ Research Award) from NIH’s National Institute of General Medical...
Three new papers from Weninger group
July saw three new papers from the Weninger Group: Hao, P., LeBlanc, S., Case, B.C., Elston, T.C., Hingorani, M.M., Erie, D.A., Weninger, K.R., “Recurrent mismatch...
New paper by Wang and Riehn Groups in Nucleic Acids Research
Cohesin SA1 and SA2 are RNA binding proteins that localize to RNA containing regions on DNA Hai Pan, Miao Jin, Ashwin Ghadiyaram, Parminder Kaur, Henry...
New Paper in Epigenetics & Chromatin
A new paper by Ming Liu, advised by Drs. Riehn and Wang, has appeared in Epigenetics and Chromatin. Titled DNA looping by two 5-methylcytosine-binding proteins...
New paper in Nucleic Acids Research
A paper from a collaboration between the Weninger and Sagui groups has appeared in Nucleic Acids Research “Dynamics of strand slippage in DNA hairpins formed...
Final Defense Saroj Dangi
Congratulations to Dr. Saroj Dangi for defending his dissertation Nanoplumbing for a Single Molecule Study of DNA prepared under the direction of Dr. Riehn.