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Dr. Jillian E. Smith-Carpenter
o: Bannow Science Center Rm 309
p: x2847
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Current Research Interests

Professor Smith-Carpenter is interested in exploring the rules and intermolecular forces that direct supramolecular assembly of biomolecules and how these structures are influenced by their environment. Her approach to designing responsive biomaterials highlights lessons learned from Nature by combining nucleic acid recognition with peptide environmental responsiveness to create dynamic self-assembly systems.

Courses Taught

  1. BI 324: Biochemistry I
  2. BI 0324L: Biochemistry I Lab
  3. BI 324: Biochemistry I
  4. BI 324L: Biochemistry I Lab
  5. CH 072: Phil/Biochem of Food & Eating
  6. CH 111L: General Chemistry I Lab
  7. CH 111: General Chemistry I
  8. CH 112: General Chemistry II
  9. CH 324: Biochemistry I
  10. CH 0324L: Biochemistry I Lab
  11. CH 324: Biochemistry I
  12. CH 324L: Biochemistry I Lab
  13. CH 398: Research and Seminar
  14. PH 218: Phil/Biochem of Food & Eating

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