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University of California, Davis

About University of California, Davis

Research at the Davis ICAM branch ranges from experiment and theory on correlated electron materials to the structure and function of enzymes and proteins to detailed theoretical modeling of cell division. Davis ICAM participants can be found in the Colleges of Math and Physical Sciences, Biological Sciences, Engineering, the Medical School, and the College of Agriculture and School of Veterinary Medicine.

The local steering committee is comprised of:

  • Daniel Cox, Physics, College of Math and Physical Sciences
  • Tom Jue, Biological Chemistry, College of Medicine
  • Susan Kauzlarich, Chemistry, College of Math and Physical Sciences
  • Margie Longo, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, College of Engineering
  • Atul Parikh, Applied Science, College of Engineering
  • Joined ICAM in 2002

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