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Lingling Chen

Associate Professor, Indiana University Bloomington

Ph.D. Stanford University, 1996

Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale University, 1996-2000

The goal of our laboratory is to understand molecular mechanisms of biological processes that are fundamental to cellular biology and to human health. We are interested in protein folding assisted by molecular chaperones, transcriptional control of gene regulation, and mitochondrial homeostasis. We employ a wide range of experimental approaches, including molecular biology, combinatorial biology, biochemistry, structural biology, and particularly protein crystallography. We seek self-motivated and committed students to work on these important and challenging projects.

Contact us:


  • Location: Simon Hall MSB1 room 301
  • Phone: (812) 856-0239
  • Fax (Simon Hall): (812) 856-5710

Dr. Chen's Office:

  • Location: Simon Hall MSB1 room 305B
  • Phone: (812) 855-0491
  • E-mail: linchen@indiana.edu
We are constantly looking for highly motivated graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in biomedical research. If you are one of them, contact Dr. Chen at linchen@indiana.edu . Please include your resume and class schedule.

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