Loomis Laboratory of Physics
1110 West Green Street
Urbana, IL 61801-3080
Rogan Carr received a B.S. in Physics from the University of Washington and a Ph.D. in Physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where studied research interests include membrane proteins and the interface between biological systems and nanotechnological devices. He is currently working in Evolutionary Systems Biology at the University of Washington.
- Optimization of the molecular dynamics method for simulations of DNA and ion transport through biological nanopores." Methods Mol Biol 870:165-86 (2012). "
- Atoms-to-microns model for small solute transport through sticky nanochannels." Lab Chip 11:3766-73 (2011). "
- Control of Nanoscale Environment to Improve Stability of Immobilized Proteins on Diamond Surfaces." Adv Funct Mater 21:1040-1050 (2011). "
- Microscopic Perspective on the Adsorption Isotherm of a Heterogeneous Surface." J Phys Chem Lett 2:1804-1807 (2011). "
- Surface functionalization of thin-film diamond for highly stable and selective biological interfaces." Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 108:983-8 (2011). "
- Modeling Pressure-Driven Transport of Proteins through a Nanochannel." IEEE Trans Nanotechnol 10:75-82 (2011). "
- The effect of calcium on the conformation of cobalamin transporter BtuB." Proteins 78:1153-62 (2010). "
- Synthetic ion channels via self-assembly: a route for embedding porous polyoxometalate nanocapsules in lipid bilayer membranes." Nano Lett 8:3916-21 (2008). "