David Lowry, Clinical Assistant Professor

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David LowryCollege of Engineering, Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Electrical Engineering & Computer ScienceWest 126509-372-7144
Education
  • Ph.D. in Physics, Brandeis University, Department of Physics and Rosenstiel Basic Medical Sciences Research Center, 1991
  • B.S. in Physics, Texas A&M University, 1985

Joined WSU Tri-Cities in 2009 from Idaho State University

Academic Interests

Teaching

  • Electrical Circuits (EE 261, EE 321)
  • Electromagnetics (EE 331, EE 351)
  • Signal Processing (EE 341)
  • Random Processes/ Noise Theory (EE 507)
  • Complex Analysis (MATH 441/541)

Research

  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
  • Protein Dynamics and Interactions
  • Semiclassical Modeling of Quantum Information Processing
Recent Publications
  • Gely S, Lowry DF, Bernard C, Jensen MR, Blackledge M, Costanzo S, Bourhis JM, Darbon H, Daughdrill G, Longhi S, “Solution structure of the C-terminal X domain of the measles virus phosphoprotein and interaction with the intrinsically disordered C-terminal domain of the nucleoprotein”, J Mol Recognit, January 2010
  • Chen B, Lowry DF, Mayer MU, Squier TC. “Helix A stabilization precedes amino-terminal lobe activation upon calcium binding to calmodulin”, Biochemistry, 47(35):9220-6, September 2008
  • Lowry DF, Hausrath AC, Daughdrill GW, “A robust approach for analyzing a heterogeneous structural ensemble”, Proteins, June 2008
  • David F. Lowry, Amber Stancik, Ranjay Mann Shrestha, and Gary W. Daughdrill, “Modeling the accessible conformations of the intrinsically unstructured transactivation domain of p53”, Proteins, 71(2):587-98, May 2008
  • Vise P, Baral B, Stancik A, Lowry DF, Daughdrill GW, “Identifying long-range structure in the intrinsically unstructured transactivation domain of p53”, Proteins, 15;67(3):526-30, May 2007
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