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What we do

Our group studies allosteric regulation mechanisms in the protein kinases. We use unique biophysical approaches to define 1) how conformational changes of key structural elements regulate the normal function of kinases, 2) how this regulation is disrupted in cancer, and 3) how these allosteric effects alter inhibitor recognition and can be exploited for improved inhibitor design.

Join us!

The Levinson Lab is recruiting for Post-Doc and Graduate Student positions. More details can be found here.

Contact Us

Email:

nml@umn.edu

Office:

Nils Hasselmo Hall 3-118

312 Church Street SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455

Lab:

Nils Hasselmo Hall 3-280

312 Church Street SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455