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Piecing together antibodies

Picture of Christopher Barnes
Image credit: Matt Harbicht/HHMI
Aug 25 2021

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Research, Faculty

Christopher Barnes is a structural biologist who studies the three-dimensional shapes of biomolecules that are critical for vaccine development: virus-neutralizing antibodies and the proteins that stimulate their production, called antigens. Christopher is an assistant professor of biology and he talks about his path to ChEM-H, putting together antibody-antigen jigsaw puzzles, and his drive to be a supportive mentor in an article with ChEM-H here.