Michael Dennin

 

 


 

Professor of Physics & Astronomy [Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara]. Professor Dennin brings expertise in laboratory studies on the behavior of biologically relevant organics, including proteins, to the ORU. Professor Dennin's main research interests are in systems that are driven out of equilibrium and model systems for biological membranes.


More info: http://airuci.uci.edu/faculty/dennin




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Nov 21st 2016

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