L. Vugmeyster's lab

Liliya got her Ph.D. degree at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Following two postdoctoral terms in EPFL (Switzerland) and Brandeis(Boston), she has joined as a faculty member at University of Alaska Anchorage in 2006 and moved to University of Colorado at Denver in 2015.  Liliya taught various classes such as  General Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Biophysical Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Structural Biology. Her research program is focused  on protein dynamics using NMR approaches.    

Positions and Employment

 

2017-present Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Colorado Denver

2015-2017       Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Colorado at Denver

2006-2015       Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Alaska Anchorage

2004-2005       Post doctoral, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

2004-2005       Visiting Scientist, Francis Bitter Magnet Laboratory, MIT, Cambridge, MA

2002-2004       Post doctoral, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

2001-1998       Graduate Research Assistant, State University of New York and Stony Brook

1996-1997       Undergraduate Research Assistant, State University of New York and Stony Brook

1995-1996       Laboratory Technician, Brystol-Myers, Plainsboro, New Jersey

1995                Undergraduate Research Assistant, Albert Einstein School of Medicine

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