Research Interests: Our research has focused on developing solid-state NMR methods to characterize structure and dynamics of pharmaceuticals and biomolecules at fast MAS. We also use solid-state NMR to investigate amyloidogenic proteins.
New York University
Silver 704; 31 Washington Place; New York, NY 10013
Research Interests: My research group uses optical and magnetic resonance methods (ssNMR, EPR, NV magnetometry) to study the structure-function relationships of photoactive materials such as ferroelectrics, perovskites and organic chromophores.
Research Interests: My group is developing sensitivity-enhanced solid-state NMR spectroscopy techniques and applying them to study the structure of chromatin related proteins both in vitro and in cells.
Research Interests: Application of ultrahigh field MR methods (particularly fluorine, 19F MR methods) in neuroimmunology. While the applications of 19F MRI in biomedical research are very wide, I am focusing on studying the pathogenesis and therapy of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis with 19F MR methods.