报告题目： Electrostatics in Protein Structure and Action
报告人： Prof. Huan-Xiang Zhou (Department of Physics & Department of Chemistry, University of Illinous)
Ph. D., 1988, Department of Physics, Drexel University;
B. S., 1984, Department of Physics, Wuhan University.
2017-now, Professor, Dept of Phys & Dept of Chem, University of Illinous
2005-2017, Professor, Department of Physics, Florida State University
2002-2005, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Florida State University
1998-2002, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Drexel University
1995-1998, Assistant Professor, Department of Biochem, Hong Kong Univ Sci & Tech
1990-1995, Visiting Associate, Laboratory of Chemical Physics, NIH
1988-1990, Visiting Fellow, Laboratory of Chemical Physics, NIH
2015, PAI Award for Excellence in Teaching and Research, Florida State University
2011, Distinguished Research Professor
2010, Elected Fellow of the American Physical Society
2008, Elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
1997, Emerson Fellowship, Emory University
1984-1988, CUSPEA Graduate Fellowship, Drexel University
Quantitative understanding of biological processes in the cellular context, based on physical principles. (1) Allostery and binding kinetics of structured and disordered proteins; (2) Crowding and emergent properties in cellular environments; (3) Structure and function of ion channels and other membrane proteins; and (4) Structures and mechanisms of peptide self-assembly.
Prof. Zhou has over 200 publications on Chem Rev, Annu Rev Biophys, Acc Chem Res, Curr Opin Struct Biol, Q Rev Biophys, Science, PNAS, Nature Neurosci, Nature Comm, PRL, eLife, JACS, Nucleic Acids Res等国际著名刊物上, Google Scholar引用超过15000次, H-index为62.