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  1. Biophysics by Roland Glaser, 2004-11-23
  2. Methods in Molecular Biophysics: Structure, Dynamics, Function by Igor N. Serdyuk, Nathan R. Zaccai, et all 2007-05-14
  3. Molecular and Cellular Biophysics by Meyer B. Jackson, 2006-03-20
  4. Applied Biophysics: A Molecular Approach for Physical Scientists by Tom Waigh, 2007-09-24
  5. Radiation Biophysics, Second Edition by Edward L. Alpen, 1998-01-15
  6. Methods in Modern Biophysics by Bengt Nölting, 2005-09-06
  7. Biophysics: An Introduction by Rodney Cotterill, 2002-06-15
  8. Introduction to the Biophysics of Activated Water by Igor V. Smirnov, Vladimir I. Vysotskii, et all 2005-04-30
  9. Thermal Biophysics of Membranes by Thomas Heimburg, 2007-09-18
  10. Molecular Biophysics: Structures in Motion by Michel Daune, 1999-04-01
  11. Molecular and Cellular Biophysics (Pure and Applied Physics) by Jack A. Tuszynski, 2007-10-11
  12. The Biophysics Basis for Acupuncture and Health
  13. Applied Biophysics: A Molecular Approach for Physical Scientists by Tom A. Waigh, 2007-10-28
  14. Biophysics of Computation: Information Processing in Single Neurons (Computational Neuroscience) by Christof Koch, 2004-10-28

1. Welcome To Applied BioPhysics Site
An electrical biosensor, Electric Cellsubstrate Impedance Sensing (ECIS) for quantitative mammalian
http://www.biophysics.com/

2. The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Physiology & Biophysics (Biosciences)
Physiology biophysics (Biosciences) A component of The WorldWide Web Virtual Library. Maintained by The Department of Physiology and biophysics. at Weill Medical College of
http://physiology.med.cornell.edu/WWWVL/PhysioWeb.html
Biosciences
A component of The World-Wide Web Virtual Library
Maintained by The Department of Physiology and Biophysics
at Weill Medical College of Cornell University
2003 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine Awarded to Paul C. Lauterbur and Peter Mansfield
2003 Nobel Prize to:
  • Paul C. Lauterbur
  • Peter MansfieldJ
7 October 2003 The 2003 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded Paul C. Lauterbur and Peter Mansfield "for their discoveries concerning 'magnetic resonance imaging'" The laureates were cited for "seminal discoveries concerning the use of magnetic resonance to visualize different structures. These discoveries have led to the development of modern magnetic resonance imaging, MRI, which represents a breakthrough in medical diagnostics and research." Paul Lauterbur was cited for his discovery of the utility of magnetic field gradients in imaging. He has multiple appointments at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, including Distinguished University Professor, Director, Biomedical Magnetic Resonance Laboratory, and Member of the Beckman Institute. A Member of the National Acadmey of Sciences, he is a prior winner of the Lasker Clinical Research Award amd the Kyoto Prize. Sir Peter Mansfield is Emeritus Professor of Physics at Nottingham. He developed multiple techniques utilizing gradients and related methods for imaging, including slice selection and echo-planar imaging. He is a recipient of the Wellcome Medal and a Fellow of the Royal Society.

3. Biophysics
The Department of biophysics has two main areas of research Christopher Felix, PhD, Scientific Administrator. Department of biophysics. Medical College of Wisconsin
http://www.biophysics.mcw.edu/
The Department of Biophysics has two main areas of research
Molecular Biophysics
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Graduate Studies Graduate Studies fMRI Training Program National Biomedical EPR Center ... AFNI, Image analysis and display Nitric Oxide Journal Club Brown Bag Seminar Schedule Faculty Phone List ... Seminar Schedule
Chairman: B. Kalyanaraman, PhD
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Last Modification: May 11, 2004
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Christopher Felix, PhD, Scientific Administrator
Department of Biophysics
Medical College of Wisconsin
8701 Watertown Plank Road
Milwaukee, WI 53226-0509 e-mail: cfelix@mcw.edu voice: 414-456-4000 FAX: 414-456-6512

4. Biophysical Society
Click here for guidelines. 2004 National Lecture International Mentor page Placement Service. Summer Honors Course in biophysics Information
http://www.biophysics.org/

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  • BTOL Chapters can now be found under Educational Resources and are organized according to topics. Please contact us with questions or concerns. 2005 Annual Meeting Information 2004 National Lecture Summer Honors Course in Biophysics Information 2004 Biophysical Discussions ... How To Get Started in Another Country (Early Careers Committee)
  • 5. International Union For Pure And Applied Biophysics
    Established worldwide professional society based in England for all biophysicsrelated disiplines.
    http://www.iupab.org/

    6. Biophysics Textbook Online
    Have comments about biophysics Textbook Online? Send feedback. Steinbach. 5/06/02 Computational and Theoretical biophysics Tamar Schlick.
    http://www.biophysics.org/btol/

    7. Biophysics At University Of Michigan
    biophysics at University of Michigan. Biophysicists at Michigan are developing and working in the fields of Structural Biology, Spectroscopy and Microscopy, Computational biophysics and Bioinformatics, and Biophysical Chemistry. biophysics Home. UM Home. Site Index. Search. biophysics at University of
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    Biophysics at University of Michigan
    Biophysicists at Michigan are developing and working in the fields of Structural Biology, Spectroscopy and Microscopy, Computational Biophysics and Bioinformatics, and Biophysical Chemistry. Approximately 80 graduate students, post-docs and professors work in our well-equipped laboratories. Our graduate program offers a flexible curriculum of exciting courses related to these fields, taking advantage of the resources available at a major research University. Biophysics Research Division
    University of Michigan
    4028 Chemistry Building
    930 North University Avenue
    Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1055
    Phone: (734) 763-6722
    Fax: (734) 764-3323
    E-mail: biophysics@umich.edu

    8. T-10 At LANL
    The Theoretical Biology and biophysics Group (T10) at Los Alamos National Laboratory focuses on the modeling of biological systems and the analysis and informatics of molecular and cellular biological data.
    http://www.t10.lanl.gov/
    T-10 Theoretical Division Los Alamos National Laboratory Contact Site Map ...
    Jobs
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    The Influenza Sequence Database is a curated database of nucleotide and amino acid sequences. It is intended to provide the research community with easy sequence deposit and retrieval capabilities, together with tools tailored, in particular, to the analysis of hemagglutinin and neuraminidase sequences.
    , the new group leader of T-10, and colleagues have developed an off-lattice minimalist model to describe the effects of pressure on the folding kinetics of proteins ( PNAS ). The model captures the combined effects of the folding transition state and chain configurational diffusion on activation volume changes in pressure-induced protein folding and unfolding.
    Notable News and Announcements
    • Four of the ten most cited LANL publications between 1995-1999 , including the most cited article, were contributed by T-10.
    • George Bell , former group leader of T-10 and director of T Division, died May 28, 2000. Bell, a Laboratory Senior Fellow, came to Los Alamos in 1951, joining T Division's effort to design and develop the world's first thermonuclear weapons. Bell later co-founded T-10 and was at the forefront of the human genome project. He is also remembered as a world-class mountaineer.
    Life in Northern New Mexico
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    9. Medical Biophysics
    Medical biophysics The University of Western Ontario. The Medical biophysics Graduate Students. 2004 Funded Graduate Research Positions in Medical biophysics.
    http://www.uwo.ca/biophysics/
    Medical Biophysics
    The University of Western Ontario
    The Medical Biophysics Graduate Students in the Imaging Research Laboratories at the Robarts Research Institute have their own website: http://www.imaging.robarts.ca/noise/ Lots of interesting, informative, and fun stuff to read and view! The webmaster is PhD student, Melanie Davidson
    If you have a 4-Yr. Honours Degree (or M.Sc.) in Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, Biology, Medical Sciences or a related field and are interested in medical research, you are invited to apply to our graduate program. Apply To Our Graduate Program 2004 Funded Graduate Research Positions
    in Medical Biophysics
    Website Design: Wendy Hough Front Page Design: Renee Korol The Department of Medical Biophysics is internationally known for multidisciplinary research in the following fields:
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    to read and print all forms including the graduate application

    10. - Karolinska Institutet
    Research at MBB covers many fields of medical biochemistry and biophysics.
    http://www.mbb.ki.se/
    to ki.se search ki.se search staff at ki.se INFORMATION ... Home

    History of MBB
    Contact
    Visiting address: Scheeles väg 2
    Scheelelaboratoriet, Bldg A3
    Stockholm Mailing address: Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics
    Karolinska Institutet
    SE-171 77 Stockholm
    Sweden Office: Secretary
    Kerstin Bengtson Head
    Karl Tryggvason telephone: +46-8-524 87755
    telefax: +46-8-313 445
    e-mail: kerstin.bengtson@mbb.ki.se e-mail: karl.tryggvason@mbb.ki.se LATEST NEWS Lunch seminars spring 2004 Half-time seminars Agneta Tjernberg Stora seminarierummet RESEARCH DIVISIONS BIOCHEMISTRY MATRIX BIOLOGY MOLECULAR NEUROBIOLOGY MOLECULAR STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY ... PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY II DISSERTATIONS Cathrine Johansson Daniel Hirschberg Johan Nilsson Andis Slaitas ... Waltteri Hosia POSITIONS AVAILABLE

    11. FSU - Institute Of Molecular Biophysics
    Institute of Molecular biophysics Florida State University Tallahassee, Fl. 32306 Mail code 4380 Copyright 2003.
    http://www.sb.fsu.edu/
    Institute of Molecular Biophysics - Florida State University
    Tallahassee, Fl. 32306
    Mail code 4380

    12. Medical Biophysics [BC Cancer Research Centre]
    Research focuses on understanding and improving the treatment of solid cancers with radiation and drugs.
    http://www.bccrc.ca/mb/
    Research Departments People Publications Home ... Departments Medical Biophysics Medical Biophysics Medical Biophysics Our label for a commemorative wine produced to honor the 25th anniversary of the Medical Biophysics Department. If you look closely you will see many aspects of our research including a DNA helix, comet, spheroid, multilayer and pion The Medical Biophysics Department (or the Biophysics Department as it was originally named), established in 1973 under the leadership of Lloyd Skarsgard, was the founding research program of the BC Cancer Research Centre. Some of the Department's original junior investigators have now gone on to form departments of their own within this Centre. The initial impetus for the development of Medical Biophysics was the cancer treatment potential of pi mesons at TRIUMF (tri-university pi-meson facility) at UBC. The Department was responsible for the design and construction of the Biomedical beam line, as well as for the pre-clinical testing that was required to fully characterize this new beam before patients could be treated. Over the past 30 years that original research on pions has been supplanted by experiments with radiation sensitizers and hypoxic cell cytotoxins, development of probes for hypoxic cells and multilayer cultures for drug studies, characterization of low dose radiation effects and multimodality therapies. New models for tumour perfusion and chromatin conformation have been developed, as have assays for DNA damage and repair.

    13. Harvard Biophysics
    Solomon, the Committee on Higher Degrees in biophysics at Harvard University has a long history of Cancer Institute participate in the training of students in the biophysics Program
    http://twod.med.harvard.edu/labgc/biophysics

    14. From Solid State To BioPhysics II
    Conference aims to understande living matter which, given its enormous complexity, may require some of the techniques at least partly elaborated in solid state physics. Croatia 26 June 2 July 2004
    http://dubrovnik2004.epfl.ch

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    From Solid State To BioPhysics II :
    Role of Inhomogeneities in Solid, Soft and Bio-Matter
    June 26 - July 2, 2004
    Hotel 'Croatia'
    , Cavtat, Dubrovnik, Croatia
    Sponsored by: Croatian Ministry of Science and Technology Office of Naval Research (ONR, Washington D.C., USA) Croatia Airlines Organization (co-)supported by: Faculty of Science, Zagreb, Croatia Institute of Physics, Zagreb, Croatia Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Zagreb, Croatia University of Dubrovnik, Croatia ... École Polytéchnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland Co-chairs: László Forró and Davor Pavuna École Polytéchnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) Switzerland Conference Secretary: Mme Monique Bettinger, EPFL (monique.bettinger@epfl.ch) On-line abstract submission Download accommodation-registration form International Advisory Committee: D. Andelman

    15. Department Of Biochemistry And Molecular Biophysics
    Faculty, areas of research, courses, departmental facilities, and a tour of the campus.
    http://cpmcnet.columbia.edu/dept/gsas/biochem/
    For more information about this site or the Graduate Program
    please contact Ed Johnson

    16. BioScience Research Tool: Biophysics
    The BioScience Research Tool is simply the Resource for Bioscience and Education on the Web. BioScientists have selected the best metapages and arranged them by discipline. BioScience Research
    http://biochemie.net/links/Biophysics
    BioScience Research Tool: Biophysics
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    This web site provides you with hundreds of advanced online tools and resources, selected by BioScientists for BioScientists. Home Add a Resource Modify a Resource What's New ... Search Categories:
    Education German Lab Groups
    Links:
    • Biophysics Research Institute - Biophysics Research Institute Medical College of Wisconsin (Added: 23-Mar-1999 Hits: 440)
    • Cornell University - Cornell University Fields of Biophysics (Added: 23-Mar-1999 Hits: 300)
    • Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics - The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics, originally called the Department of Biological Chemistry, is dedicated to the investigation of the complex relationships between macromolecules. Studies of protein-protein interactions, protein-nucleic (either DNA or RNA) acid interactions and protein-ligand interactions that control biological processes such as transcription, signal processing, protein structural changes, protein folding as well as other cellular functions represent current areas of interest. (Added: 28-Mar-1999 Hits: 380)
    • Department of Biophysics - Department of Biophysics; Heinrich Heine University; Düsseldorf ; Fields of research: RNA structure ; Viroids; Prions; Ribosomal RNA in E. coli; Molecular Screening of genetic diversity Heinrich Heine University

    17. Institute Of Genetics And Biophysics Adriano Buzzati Traverso
    Research in animal genetics, biophysics, human genetics, molecular biology and molecular genetics . Seminars and meetings, job opportunities, education and library .
    http://www.iigb.na.cnr.it/
    Our current web site is: http://www.igb.cnr.it Please update your bookmarks.
    Thank you webmaster

    18. Biophysics Textbook Online
    biophysics Textbook Online The biophysics Textbook Online is a complete free online textbook sponsored by the Biophysical Society. Topics covered include Bioenergetics, electrophysiology,
    http://rdre1.inktomi.com/click?u=http://www.biophysics.org/btol/&y=023D43A6D

    19. Hardin Lab Page
    Vascular biology laboratory studying physiology, biochemistry and biophysics of smooth muscle; information about research, staff and students, and publications.
    http://web.missouri.edu/~physch/hardinpg.htm
    Research Projects Lab People Other Lab Activities Recent Publications ... Misc. Photos
    Since 18 January 1999 you are visitor:

    To contact Christopher Hardin, please click on the mailbox
    which is linked to the email address:

    hardinc@health.missouri.edu
    or contact by snail mail:
    Christopher Hardin, Ph.D. Associate Professor Department of Physiology MA-415 Medical Sciences Building University of Missouri Columbia, MO 65212 USA Department of Physiology Home Page
    last update 28 September 2000

    20. Physiology And Biophysics::Weill Medical College Of Cornell University
    Department of Physiology and biophysics of Cornell University, Department of Physiology and biophysics of Cornell University,
    http://physiology.med.cornell.edu/
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    May 19th, 2004: Weill Graduate School Profiled by Progress Magazine [ Article
    May 18th, 2004: Beyond methuselah Press Release ] Weill Cornell Scientists (from the Department of Physiology and Biophysics) Identify a Fly Gene Linked to Aging - Discovery Could Lead to Drugs That Extend Human Life
    May 17th, 2004: Putting the Ultimate Computer Online: Weill Cornell's Neurodatabase.org ( from Dr. Daniel Gardner's laboratory) a Global Clearinghouse for Brain Research [ Article
    Events:
    June 7, 2004; 4pm:
    How to make a pipe organ: Turning mesenchyme into pipe - Steve Potter, Ph.D. (Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center); Weill Auditorium, 1300 York Ave. [ Physiology Biophysics and Systems Biology Seminar Series
    June 10, 2004; 11am:
    Molecular Control of Axon Branching in the Developing Spinal Cord - Le Ma, Ph.D. (Stanford); Room A-106, Papanicolaou Library, 1300 York Ave. [Neuroscience Recruitment Team Seminar]
    physiology@med.cornell.edu
    Friday, June 04, 2004

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