Steven Koch Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy

The University of New Mexico

Location
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Discipline
Biological Sciences
Interests
Kinesin; microtubules; protein-DNA interactions; osmotic stress; isotope effects; single-molecule biophysics; optical tweezers; DNA unzipping; image tracking; discrete-state modeling
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CV as of September 2011 available at: http://goo.gl/VB274
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Publications

  • Proof of principle for shotgun DNA mapping by unzipping

    Herskowitz L, Salvagno A, Maloney A, Le L, Koch S

    Nature Precedings (2010)

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  • Collaboration Using Open Notebook Science in Academia

    Bradley J, Lang A, Koch S, Neylon C

    Collaborative Computational Technologies for Biomedical Research (2011)

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  • Effects of surface passivation on gliding motility assays.

    Maloney A, Herskowitz L, Koch S

    PloS one (2011)

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  • Discrete State Model for Kinesin-1 with Rate Constants Modulated by Neck Linker Tension Abstract

    Herksowitz L, Koch S

    Nature Precedings (2010)

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  • Dynamic force spectroscopy of protein-DNA interactions by unzipping DNA.

    Koch S, Wang M

    Physical review letters (2003)

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  • Dynamic Force Spectroscopy of Protein-DNA Interactions by Unzipping DNA

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  • Versatile Control System for Automated Single-Molecule Optical Tweezers Investigations

    Yeh R, Koch S

    Nature Precedings (2010)

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  • An open source LABVIEW platform for simulating image series of fluorescent microtubules in gliding assays

    Herskowitz L, Koch S

    Nature Precedings (2010)

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  • Reduction of vibrational noise from continuously filled 1 K pots

    Lawes G, Koch S, Zassenhaus G, Smith E, Reppy J, Parpia J

    Review of Scientific Instruments (1998)

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  • Biomolecular motor-Powered self-Assembly of dissipative nanocomposite rings

    Liu H, Spoerke E, Bachand M, Koch S, Bunker B, Bachand G

    Advanced Materials (2008)

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  • Temperature dependent properties of a kinesin-3 motor protein from Thermomyces lanuginosus.

    Koch S, Rivera S, Bauer J, Edwards J, Bachand G

    Fungal genetics and biology : FG & B (2007)

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  • Proof of Principle for Shotgun DNA Mapping

    Koch S, Herskowitz L, Salvagno A, Maloney R, Le L

    In preparation, available from Nature Precedings <http://hdl.handle.net/10101/npre.2009.2808.1> (2009)

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  • DNA transport in hierarchically-structured colloidal-nanoparticle porous-wall nanochannels.

    Koch S, Xia D, Gamble T, Mendoza E, He X, Lopez G et al.

    Nano letters (2008)

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  • Probing protein-DNA interactions by unzipping a single DNA double helix.

    Koch S, Shundrovsky A, Wang M, Jantzen B

    Biophysical journal (2002)

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Professional experience

Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy

The University of New Mexico

August 2006 - Present

Education history

Cornell University

Ph.D., M.S. Physics (minor Biophysics)

August 1996 - May 2003 (6 years 9 months)

The University of Michigan

B.S., Physics

September 1992 - May 1996 (3 years 8 months)