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Stephen G. Sligar

12/21/2011  8:00 am

I.C. Gunsalus Professor of Biochemistry, Department of Chemistry; Director, School of Molecular and Cellular Biology; Colleges of Liberal Arts and Sciences and of Medicine

Education: Ph.D., Physics, University of Illinois

Research interests: The development and utilization of novel technologies to understand the central mechanisms of biological function at the molecular and cellular level; and physical and chemical means by which enzymes catalyze biological oxidations. Research focus is on the cyto-chrome P450 dependent mixed function oxidases playing central and crucial roles in mammalian, plant, insect, viral, and microbial metabolism.

116 Morrill Hall
505 S. Goodwin Avenue
Urbana, Illinois 61801
(217) 244-7395 • s-sligar@illinois.edu