Jeffrey C. Hoch, Ph.D.
Professor of Molecular Biology and Biophysics
Jeff received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1983 under the supervision of Martin Karplus and Christopher Dobson. In 1981 Jeff was a founding member of the Rowland Institute for Science in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and served as head of the biophysical chemistry group until September of 2003, when he joined the UConn Health faculty. In January of 2004, he was appointed director of the NMR Structural Biology Facility, succeeding Glenn King.
Mark W. Maciejewski, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Molecular Biology and Biophysics
Mark received his Ph.D. from The Ohio State University in 1995 and was then awarded an National Institute of Health fellowship to undertake postdoctoral studies with Dr. Gregory Mullen at UConn Health. Mark was appointed manager of the NMR Structural Biology Facility in 1999 and assistant professor in the Department of Biochemistry in 2002. His major research interest is utilizing NMR to study the three dimensional structure, dynamics, and molecular interactions of proteins as well as development of advanced techniques of data collection and data processing.
George Korza, B.A.
Research Assistant III
George Korza received his B.A. in Chemistry with a minor in Computer Science from Central Connecticut State University in 1979. George is a Research Assistant III and has over thirty years experience in protein biochemistry, cloning, microscopy, and various other lab techniques. He has also specialized in using Surface Plasmon Resonance to measure protein/protein, DNA, RNA, and small molecule interactions using a Bio-Rad ProteOn XPR36 system. He is currently investigating the mechanisms of bacterial spore germination and is co-author on 33 publications.
Research Assistant II
Oksana Gorbatyuk received her M.S. degree in Chemistry. Oksana is a Research Assistant II and has over 15 years experience in expression and purification of isotopically labelled and unlabelled proteins for structural studies and biological assays and their characterization through biophysical techniques such as circular dichroism and size exclusion chromatography.
Dr. Jeff Hoch, Dr. Mark Maciejewski, Dr. Dmitry Korzhnev, Dr. Steve King, Dr. Andrei Alexandrescu.