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   | width=80% style="padding:15px;"|I am an Assistant Professor in the [http://www.willamette.edu/cla/physics/ Physics Department at Willamette University]Research in my lab focuses on understanding how the molecular motor myosin is regulated in its cellular environment.
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I conducted undergraduate research in the lab of [http://www.physics.nyu.edu/~dg86/ Dr. David Grier]  when he was a member of the [http://physics.uchicago.edu/ University of Chicago Department of Physics].  I completed my Ph.D. in the [https://physics.stanford.edu/ Department of Physics at Stanford University] in the lab of [http://spudlab.stanford.edu/ Dr. James Spudich ], which is in [http://biochem.stanford.edu/ Stanford's Department of Biochemistry].  I was a post-doctoral scholar in [https://chemistry.stanford.edu/ Stanford University's Department of Chemistry] in the lab of [http://www.stanford.edu/group/Zarelab/ Richard Zare].
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*[[Media:ALTMAN_CV_070713.pdf‎|Current CV]]
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David Altman

I am an Assistant Professor in the Physics Department at Willamette University. Research in my lab focuses on understanding how the molecular motor myosin is regulated in its cellular environment.

I conducted undergraduate research in the lab of Dr. David Grier when he was a member of the University of Chicago Department of Physics. I completed my Ph.D. in the Department of Physics at Stanford University in the lab of Dr. James Spudich , which is in Stanford's Department of Biochemistry. I was a post-doctoral scholar in Stanford University's Department of Chemistry in the lab of Richard Zare.



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