Welcome to the Burstyn Lab
The Burstyn group studies bioinorganic chemistry and the role of the inorganic elements in biological systems. Specifically, we explore the function of metalloproteins in gas sensing by studying how the interaction of a gas molecule with a metal center alters the structure and function of the protein. Many of the proteins we study are allosterically regulated transcription factors.
From left to right: Judy Hines, Eli Miller, Luke Viall (standing), Rebeca Pinhancos, Prof. Judith Burstyn, Hannah Bowman, Matt Dent
Spring 2015 Group Meetings: Mondays at 10am in 3219
Please contact us if you are interested in finding out more about our group but are unable to attend group meeting
Contact Professor Burstyn:
Judith N. Burstyn
5327a Chemistry (Farrington Daniels Wing)