Professor of Molecular Biosciences, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
The Rosenzweig group is focused on understanding metalloprotein function on the molecular level. We use X-ray crystallographic, spectroscopic, biochemical, and molecular biological approaches to attack problems at the forefront of bioinorganic chemistry. Projects in the laboratory are divided into two areas, metalloenzymes and metal trafficking proteins, with an increasing focus on integral membrane proteins. Specific areas of interest include biological methane oxidation and nitrification, metal uptake and transport, and oxygen activation by metalloenzymes.
Office: Cook 4137
Email: amyr [at] northwestern [dot] edu