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Asherie

Professor of Physics and Biology
BA, University of Cambridge,
PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
The long-term goal of Professor Asherie’s research is to make it possible to predict the phase behavior of protein solutions and to learn to control protein self-assembly. Proteins can self-assemble into a variety of phases (crystals, dense liquids, aggregates, and gels), but this phase behavior is not well understood. The inability to predict protein phase behavior inhibits progress on many biophysical problems, including protein condensation diseases, the industrial purification of proteins, and the determination of the high-resolution x-ray structures of proteins. A combined experimental and computation approach is used to understand the relationship between the molecular interactions and the macroscopic phases
asherie@yu.edu
212-960-5452
Wilf campus - Belfer Hall
Room#1412
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Fall 2016
Intro Physics I - Recitation
PHY 1031T
Fall 2016
Intro Physics Lecture
PHY 1031R
Fall 2016
Physics Colloquium
PHY 4935
Spring 2016
General Physics IV
PHY 2052R
Fall 2015
Biological Physics
PHY 4932
Fall 2015
General Physics III
PHY 2051R
Spring 2015
Intro Physics II
PHY 1032R
Spring 2015
Intro Physics II
PHY 1032R
Fall 2014
General Physics I
PHY 1051R
Fall 2014
Topics:
PHY 4932