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 email@example.com 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.
Mary Elting – Cell Mechanics
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
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NC State Biophysics @ March APS
Prof Elting presented work by Mark Begley probing the mechanical organization of k-fiber microtubule bundles. Saroj Dangi (Riehn group) presented a new device that will...
New paper by Saroj Dangi (Riehn group)
Graduate student Saroj Dangi has published a paper that introduces a velocity-dependent nanofluidic sorting device. To describe the device, he has adapted a drift-diffusion equation...
Elting lab presents at ASCB
Dr. Elting presented a poster in December at the American Society for Cell Biology meeting in San Diego, CA on work from graduate student Marc...
New paper by LeBlanc
Sharonda LeBlanc (and co-workers in weninger group) publish new paper on DNA MMR Coordinated protein and DNA conformational changes govern mismatch repair initiation by MutS...
Paper by Elting
New review paper by Elting (getting good Twitter press) The Spindle: Integrating Architecture and Mechanics across Scales Elting, Suresh, Dumont TRENDS IN CELL BIOLOGY (2018)...
Paper by Weninger Group: World-wide, 20 lab collaboration
Weninger Group paper in Nature Methods: A worldwide study involving 20 laboratories has established and standardized a method to measure exact distances within individual biomolecules,...