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Image:James werner.jpg| Jim Werner, Adjunct [http://panda.unm.edu/pandaweb/graduate/index.phtml Physics], [http://cint.lanl.gov/james_werner.shtml LANL/CINT]<br>[http://cint.lanl.gov/james_werner.shtml Research group page]<br>Instrument development (microscopes, flow cytometry systems, microfluidics); Laser spectroscopy (fluorescence, time-resolved, and Raman); Single-molecule biophysics (cellular signaling processes, membrane dynamics, protein folding and conformational fluctuations); Image:ComingSoon.jpg| Diane Lidke, [http://hsc.unm.edu/som/research/brep/bsgpwelcome.shtm Pathology]
Image:James werner.jpg| Jim Werner, Adjunct [http://panda.unm.edu/pandaweb/graduate/index.phtml Physics], [http://cint.lanl.gov/james_werner.shtml LANL/CINT]<br>[http://cint.lanl.gov/james_werner.shtml Research group page]<br>Instrument development (microscopes, flow cytometry systems, microfluidics); Laser spectroscopy (fluorescence, time-resolved, and Raman); Single-molecule biophysics (cellular signaling processes, membrane dynamics, protein folding and conformational fluctuations); Image:ComingSoon.jpg| Diane Lidke, [http://hsc.unm.edu/som/research/brep/bsgpwelcome.shtm Pathology]
Image:Evan Evans med.jpg| Evan Evans, [http://cbme.unm.edu/ Biomedical Engineering], [http://www.chtm.unm.edu/ CHTM]<br>Optical tweezers, single-molecule biophysics, ligand-receptor interactions
Image:Evan Evans med.jpg| Evan Evans, [http://cbme.unm.edu/ Biomedical Engineering], [http://www.chtm.unm.edu/ CHTM]<br>Optical tweezers, single-molecule biophysics, ligand-receptor interactions
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Image:ComingSoon.jpg| David Keller, [http://chemistry.unm.edu/ Chemistry]
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Image:ComingSoon.jpg| David Keller, [http://chemistry.unm.edu/ Chemistry]<br>Bio-physical Chemistry, Molecular Machines, Single-Molecule Experiment and Theory, DNA Polymerases, Atomic Force Microscopy, Fluorescence Microscopy
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The University of New Mexico is the hub of a strong and growing biophysics research environment in New Mexico. If you're looking for a graduate research experience that includes exciting cellular and molecular biophysics research and a beautiful southwest climate, then we encourage you to look at our many programs!

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