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 1979-87

University of California, Berkeley

Dept. of Biophysics and Medical Physics

Assistant, then Associate Professor (tenured 1985);
Associate Faculty, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory

 

    Quantitative analysis of interactions between monoclonal antibodies and target liposomes; methods included fluorescence spectroscopy and electron microscopy. 

    First fundamental determination of forces between laterally diffusing proteins in cell membranes (Nature paper).  

    Statistical mechanics of dynamics of interacting membrane proteins. 

    Created graduate-level membrane biophysics course; chair of Biophysics Graduate Admissions Committee.

    Industrial consulting on data reduction and analysis in clinical breath-gas analyzer and modeling of reaction/flow immunoassay.