Introduction to the Puglisi Lab
The Puglisi group investigates the role of RNA in cellular processes and disease. Our goal is to understand RNA function in terms of molecular structure and dynamics using a variety of biophysical and biological tools. We use nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy to determine structures of biological molecules, and integrate our structural understanding into further mechanistic and functional studies. A long-term goal is to target processes involving RNA with novel therapeutic strategies.
Joseph Puglisi
Professor and Chair, Department of Structural Biology
Director, Stanford Magnetic Resonance Laboratory
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Stanford University School of Medicine
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Stanford, CA 94305-5126
Manolia Margaris
Executive Associate & Administrative Services Administrator

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