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Principal Investigator
Michael Stone
Ph.D.
michael.p.stone@vanderbilt.edu

Bio
I am from California. I completed my B.S. degree in Biochemistry from University of California at Davis. I then completed the Ph.D. degree in Chemistry from University of California at Irvine. After postdoctoral study at the University of Rochester, I joined the Chemistry Department at Vanderbilt University in 1984.

Post-Doctoral Fellow
Hai Huang
Ph.D.
hai.huang@vanderbilt.edu

Bio
I am from the People's Republic of China. I completed a B.S. and Ph.D. in Chemistry from Nankai University, Tianjin, China. Currently, I am a research associate in the lab of Professor Michael P. Stone at Vanderbilt University.
Markus Voehler
Ph.D.
m.voehler@vanderbilt.edu

Bio
Before moving to Nashville, I worked in the NMR laboratory at the University of Zuerich, Switzerland. My occupation here at Vanderbilt is twofold. On one side, I am the Director of Operations for the Biomolecular NMR Facility, on the other hand my research connects me to this group, where I study the structure of a repair protein by NMR.

Graduate Student
Ewa Kowal
M.S.
ewa.a.kowal@vanderbilt.edu

Bio
I am from Poland. I received a M.S. degree in Organic Chemistry in 2006 from Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland. I am a graduate student. I am currently working on the structural investigation of modified DNA using NMR spectroscopic techniques and X-ray crystallography.
Liang Li

liang.li@vanderbilt.edu

Bio
I am from China. I received a M.S. degree in Organic Chemistry in 2003 from Chinese Academic Society, in China. Now I am a graduate student. I am currently working on the structural investigation of modified DNA using NMR spectroscopic techniques and X-ray crystallography.
Kallie Stavros
B.S.
kallie.m.stavros@vanderbilt.edu

Bio
I am originally from Florida. I graduated from Clemson University in 2009 with my B.S. in chemistry. I am currently a graduate student in Dr. Stone's lab. I am interested in the structural analysis of DNA damage using techniques such as NMR spectroscopy as well as X-ray crystallography.
Marta Szulik
Analytical Chemistry
marta.w.szulik@vanderbilt.edu

Bio
I am from Poland. I completed my M.S. degree in Analytical Chemistry in 2006 from Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland. I also graduated from Medical University in Wroclaw, Poland, Faculty of Pharmacy, where I received my B.S. degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences. Presently, I am a graduate student in Dr. Stone's lab and my research focuses on the structural analysis of modified DNA using NMR spectroscopy along with X-ray Crystallography.

 

 


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