Members

Name/Email Current Project Position
Prof. Andrea Markelz amarkelz@buffalo.edu Principal investigator for the group. We have two main lines of research: protein dynamics and collective electronic excitations. We study these phenomena with THz light and molecular dynamics simulation. amarkelz's picture Principal Investigator
Timothy (TJ) LaFave tlafave@buffalo.edu OP GaP THz Generation and Compact Anisotropy Spectroscopy tlafave's picture Research Scientist
Jeffrey McKinney PhD jamckinn@buffalo.edu Interprotein interaction in Protein Crystals jamckinn's picture Research Scientist
Deepu George dkgeorge@buffalo.edu Research Scientist deepukoshy's picture Research Scientist
Akansha Sharma akanshas@buffalo.edu I am a second year graduate student working on optics for polarization control at terahertz frequencies akanshas's picture Graduate Student
Yanting Deng yantingd@buffalo.edu My work is on developing techniques to measure the intramolecular vibrations of proteins. I am applying these techniques to photoactive proteins: photoactive yellow protein, orange carotenoid protein and FMO. Our measurements use anisotropic THz near field microscopy based on femtosecond lasers to create and detect the THz light yantingd's picture Graduate Student
Jeremy Kazimer jdkazime@buffalo.edu Molecular Dynamics Simulation: Normal Mode Ensemble Analysis Undergraduate
Kimberly Crossen kccrosse@buffalo.edu Protein Expression and Purification kccrosse's picture Undergraduate
Alex Davie alexdavi@buffalo.edu Molecular Crystal Phonons alexdavi's picture Undergraduate
Cameron Watt cjwatt@buffalo.edu Protein Expression and Purification Undergraduate

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