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Zackary Scholl

  • Ph.d. (in progress)
  • Graduate Research Assistant
  • Duke University
  • 0ReadersNumber of instances of Zackary's publications in Mendeley libraries. Updated daily.
  • 6PublicationsNumber of items in this person’s My Publications folder on Mendeley.

Research interests

GenomicsProtein interactionsMolecular DynamicsAtomic Force MicroscopyProtein folding

About

I am a native Oregonian, born in Portland. I am interested in studying the protein mediated biochemical processes using nanotechnology. After spending four years earning two B.S. degrees at University of Washington I went to Duke University to earn a Phd in Computational Biology with a certificate in Structural Biology and Biophysics. In that time I've learned many techniques including atomic force microscopy, molecular dynamics, molecular biology techniques, all which I regularly apply and hope to learn more about.

Publications (5)

  • Chaperones Rescue Luciferase Folding by Separating its Domains

    • Scholl Z
    • Yang W
    • Marszalek P
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  • Improving single molecule force spectroscopy through automated real-time data collection and quantification of experimental conditions.

    • Scholl Z
    • Marszalek P
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  • N-Terminal Domain of Luciferase Controls Misfolding Avoidance

    • Scholl Z
    • Yang W
    • Marszalek P
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  • On the Origin of Overstretching Transitions in Single- and Double-Stranded Nucleic Acids

    • Scholl Z
    • Rabbi M
    • Lee D
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  • Single molecule mechanical manipulation for studying biological properties of proteins, DNA, and sugars.

    • Scholl Z
    • Li Q
    • Marszalek P
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Professional experience

Graduate Research Assistant

Duke University

July 2010 - Present

Education history

B.S. in Physics (Honors) and B.S. in Applied Computational Math Sciences

University of Washington

September 2006 - June 2010(4 years)