Computational Life Sciences and Biology
Texas A and M University
United States of America
Dr. Ilya Finkelstein received his B.S. from the University of California at Berkeley and his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Stanford University with Professor Michael D. Fayer. In 2007, he joined the group of Prof. Eric C. Greene at Columbia University Medical Center as an NRSA Postdoctoral Fellow. A unifying theme of Dr. Finkelstein’s research career is the development and application of biophysical methods that can observe proteins as they undergo their physiological functions in real time.
DNA maintenance,repair, replication and transcription
Robison AD, Finkelstein IJ. Rapid prototyping of multichannel microfluidic devices for single-molecule DNA curtain imaging. Analytical chemistry. 2014 Apr 23;86(9):4157-63.
Spivey EC, Finkelstein IJ. From cradle to grave: high-throughput studies of aging in model organisms. Molecular BioSystems. 2014;10(7):1658-67.
Spivey EC, Xhemalce B, Shear JB, Finkelstein IJ. 3D-printed microfluidic microdissector for high-throughput studies of cellular aging. Analytical chemistry. 2014 Jul 17;86(15):7406-12.