Dissertations

Markus-Frederik Bohn
Establishing APOBEC3F as a Structural Target for Novel Antiretroviral Strategies
03/2014

Brendan Hilbert
Structure-Based Targeting of Transcriptional Regulatory Complexes Implicated in Human Disease
07/2013

Ayşegül Özen
Structure and Dynamics of Viral Substrate Recognition and Drug Resistance: A Dissertation
05/2013

Cihan Aydin 
Hepatitis C Virus Non-Structural Protein 3/4A: A Tale of Two Domains: A Dissertation 
08/2011

Seema Mittal 
Role of Protein Flexibility in Function, Resistance Pathways and Substrate Recognition Specificity in HIV-1 Protease: A Dissertation 
08/2011

 

 

Shivender Shandilya 
Structural Studies of the Anti-HIV Human Protein APOBEC3G Catalytic Domain: A Dissertation 
08/2011

Keith P. Romano 
Mechanisms of Substrate Recognition by HCV NS3/4A Protease Provide Insights Into Drug Resistance: A Dissertation 
05/2011

Rajintha M. Bandaranayake 
Exploring Molecular Mechanisms of Drug Resistance in HIV-1 Protease through Biochemical and Biophysical Studies: A Dissertation
05/2010

Michael W. Straza 
A Tale of Two ARFs: Tumor Suppressor and Anti-viral Functions of p14ARF: A Dissertation 
05/2010

Yufeng Cai 
Energetic and Dynamic Analysis of Inhibitor Binding to Drug-Resistant HIV-1 Proteases: A Dissertation 
11/2009 

Madhavi Kolli 
Co-evolution of HIV-1 Protease and its Substrates: A Dissertation 
11/2009 

Jared R. Auclair 
Probing the Structural Topology of HIV-1 Virion Infectivity Factor (VIF): A Dissertation 
12/2007 

Jennifer E. Murzycki 
Probing Protein Dynamics Through Mutational and Computational Studies of HIV-1 Protease: A Dissertation 
09/2006