Scientists at NYU are making cutting edge discoveries at the interface of chemistry and biology. These findings are used to develop chemical tools to interrogate fundamental questions in living organisms, and are being translated into drugs and diagnostics to improve human health. Special emphases include development of biomimetic molecules that disrupt protein-protein interactions, glycomics, chemical neuroscience, and molecular design and synthesis of therapeutics and diagnostics.
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The following faculty members conduct research in this area:
Nicholas E. Geacintov
Nadrian C. Seeman
Nathaniel J. Traaseth