Xueying (Sharon) Qin, Ph.D., Lead Advisor
Office: 156 Chalmers Hall
Dr. Qin has been at Kansas State University since 2010 and advising since 2014. Her research interests include development of new single particle mass spectrometry such as ATOFMS, and understanding the chemistry and physics of aerosols in air pollution, climate change and human health. Since 2012 she has focused her career on being a full-time instructor.
Jianhan Chen, Ph.D.
Office: 34 Chalmers Hall
Dr. Chen has been at Kansas State University since 2007 and an advisor since 2015. His research interest is biomolecular modeling and simulation.
Lawrence Davis, Ph.D.
Office: 62 Chalmers
Dr. Davis has been at Kansas State University since 2001 and an advisor since 2015. His research interests include nitrogen fixation mutants, structure-function relationships, associating macromolecules; environmental metabolic processes, bioremediation; science education.
Michael Kanost, Ph.D.
Office: 64 Chalmers Hall
Dr. Kanost has been at Kansas State University since 1991 and an advisor since 2010. His research interests include insect hemolymph proteins: biochemistry and molecular biology, structure and function of serine proteinases, proteinase inhibitors, and antibacterial response proteins from insect hemolymph.
Om Prakash, Ph.D.
Office: 39 Chalmers Hall
Dr. Prakash has been at Kansas State University since 1999 and an advisor since 2015. His research interest is structural characterization and molecular recognition using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) and Computer Aided Molecular Design (CAMD).
Gerald R. Reeck, Ph.D.
Office: 203 Burt Hall
Dr. Reeck has been at Kansas State University since 1974 and advising since 1981. His research interests include biochemistry and molecular biology of insect enzymes and proteins, and the structure and function of proteinases and proteinase inhibitors.
John M. Tomich, Ph.D.
Office: 206 Burt Hall
Dr. Tomich has been at Kansas State University since 1992, and he has been advising students since 1997. His research interest is amphipatic peptides as models for the pore-forming structure of ion channels.
Anna Zolkiewska, Ph.D.
Office: 177 Chalmers Hall
Dr. Zolkiewska has been at Kansas State University since 1997. She has been advising students since 2010. Her research interests include ADAM proteins, Notch signaling, and cancer.