William P Bricker, Ph.D.

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2009-2014 Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
 2015- Biological Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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Cynthia Lo grad student 2009-2014
Mark Bathe post-doc 2015-
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Jun H, Wang X, Bricker WP, et al. (2019) Automated sequence design of 2D wireframe DNA origami with honeycomb edges. Nature Communications. 10: 5419
Wamhoff EC, Banal JL, Bricker WP, et al. (2019) Programming Structured DNA Assemblies to Probe Biophysical Processes. Annual Review of Biophysics. 48: 395-419
Jun H, Shepherd TR, Zhang K, et al. (2019) Automated Sequence Design of 3D Polyhedral Wireframe DNA Origami with Honeycomb Edges. Acs Nano
Bricker WP, Banal JL, Stone MB, et al. (2018) Molecular model of J-aggregated pseudoisocyanine fibers. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 149: 024905
Balevičius V, Fox KF, Bricker WP, et al. (2017) Fine control of chlorophyll-carotenoid interactions defines the functionality of light-harvesting proteins in plants. Scientific Reports. 7: 13956
Cunningham PD, Bricker WP, Díaz SA, et al. (2017) Optical determination of the electronic coupling and intercalation geometry of thiazole orange homodimer in DNA. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 147: 055101
Pan K, Bricker WP, Ratanalert S, et al. (2017) Structure and conformational dynamics of scaffolded DNA origami nanoparticles. Nucleic Acids Research
Shenai PM, Fernandez-Alberti S, Bricker WP, et al. (2015) Internal Conversion and Vibrational Energy Redistribution in Chlorophyll A. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B
Fox KF, Bricker WP, Lo CS, et al. (2015) Distortions of the Xanthophylls Caused by Interactions with Neighbouring Pigments and the LHCII Protein are Crucial for Studying Energy Transfer Pathways within the Complex. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B
Bricker WP, Shenai PM, Ghosh A, et al. (2015) Non-radiative relaxation of photoexcited chlorophylls: theoretical and experimental study. Scientific Reports. 5: 13625
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