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Jeffery G. Saven

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Chemistry University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Area:
theoretical chemistry
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Born in Manhattan, KS, Dr. Jeffrey G. Saven obtained his B.A. degree in Chemistry from New College of the University of South Florida in 1988. As an NSF Graduate Fellow, he earned his Ph.D. degree in Chemical Physics from Columbia University. However, the bulk of his dissertation research was done while working with Dr. James L. Skinner in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where he studied applications of statistical mechanics and simulation to condensed phase spectroscopy. He was an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, where he studied protein folding with Dr. Peter G Wolynes. Dr. Saven has been an Asst. Professor in the Dept. of Chemistry at the University of Pennsylvania since 1997.

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Parents

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James L. Skinner grad student 1993 Columbia
 (Quantum percolation and impurity spectra in fluids)
Peter G. Wolynes post-doc 1993-1995 UIUC

Children

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Xiaoran Fu grad student 2004 Penn
Wei Wang grad student 2004 Penn
Xi Yang grad student 2005 Penn
Feng Chen grad student 2008 Penn
Seung-Gu Keng grad student 2009 Penn
Thomas J. Petty grad student 2010 Penn
Christopher J. Lanci grad student 2012 Penn
Christopher M. MacDermaid grad student 2012 Penn

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Bruce R. Lichtenstein collaborator Penn
Yu Tian collaborator
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Tian Y, Polzer FB, Zhang HV, et al. (2018) Nanotubes, Plates, and Needles: Pathway-Dependent Self-Assembly of Computationally Designed Peptides. Biomacromolecules
Pulsipher KW, Bulos JA, Villegas JA, et al. (2018) A Protein-Protein Host-Guest Complex: Thermostable Ferritin Encapsulating Positively Supercharged Green Fluorescent Protein. Protein Science : a Publication of the Protein Society
Haider MJ, Zhang HV, Sinha N, et al. (2018) Self-assembly and soluble aggregate behavior of computationally designed coiled-coil peptide bundles. Soft Matter
Ping J, Vishnubhotla R, Xi J, et al. (2018) All-Electronic Quantification of Neuropeptide-Receptor Interaction Using a Bias-Free Functionalized Graphene Microelectrode. Acs Nano
Eibling MJ, MacDermaid CM, Qian Z, et al. (2017) Controlling association and separation of gold nanoparticles with computationally designed zinc-coordinating proteins. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Ping J, Pulsipher KW, Vishnubhotla R, et al. (2017) Structural-functional analysis of engineered protein-nanoparticle assemblies using graphene microelectrodes. Chemical Science. 8: 5329-5334
Pulsipher KW, Villegas JA, Roose BW, et al. (2017) Thermophilic Ferritin 24mer Assembly and Nanoparticle Encapsulation Modulated by Interdimer Electrostatic Repulsion. Biochemistry
Tian Y, Zhang HV, Kiick KL, et al. (2017) Transition from disordered aggregates to ordered lattices: kinetic control of the assembly of a computationally designed peptide. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry
Ping J, Blum JE, Vishnubhotla R, et al. (2017) pH Sensing Properties of Flexible, Bias-Free Graphene Microelectrodes in Complex Fluids: From Phosphate Buffer Solution to Human Serum. Small (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany)
Sungwienwong I, Hostetler ZM, Blizzard RJ, et al. (2017) Improving target amino acid selectivity in a permissive aminoacyl tRNA synthetase through counter-selection. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry
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