Molecular Biophysics poster session, Winter 2018

Living cells use non-equilibrium mechanical and chemical interactions on the molecular scale to self-organize into complex machines that perform essential tasks on single-cell and multiple-cell scales. We use the tools of computational biophysics to investigate mechanical processes in cells.

Student projects include:

  • Computational models of the axon cytoskeleton

  • Computational models of nerve growth cone motility

  • Experimental assay to investigate molecular motor-based transport; co-advised by Dr. Nathan Kuwada

  • Developing new physics/biophysics educational materials and methods

Erin M. Craig

Central Washington University

Department of Physics

400 E. University Avenue

Ellensburg, WA 98926


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