Lewis E. Kay’s laboratory focuses on the development of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) techniques to study the structure and dynamics of large molecules, especially proteins. The group’s goal is to apply these NMR techniques to solve problems of biological and clinical importance. The findings have implications for our understanding of diseases and how to cure or prevent them.
Canadian Society for Chemistry E. W. R. Steacie Award, 2013.
RSC Khorana Prize, 2012.
Elected to the Royal Society (London), 2010.
Premier's Discovery Award, 2008.
Elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, 2006.
A. Sekhar et al, "Thermal fluctuations of immature SOD1 lead to separate folding and misfolding pathways," Elife, vol. 4, no. e07296, June 2015.
Senior Fellow Molecular Architecture of Life
University of TorontoDepartment of Chemistry; Department of Biochemistry; Department of Molecular Genetics
PhD (Molecular Biophysics) Yale University
BSc (Biochemistry) University of Alberta
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