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Mail Code: 5901

BDB 240C, MC 5901 Center for Innovations in Medicine, PO Box 875901 (Map)
(480)965-3294

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Co-Director of the Center for Innovations in Medicine, The Biodesign Institute, ASU
Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, ASU
Senior Sustainability Scientist, Global Institute of Sustainability at ASU

Office: BDB 240C, Lab: BDB 249
Phone: 480-965-3294, Lab: 480-965-8162 Fax: 480-965-0396

www.biodesign.asu.edu <http://www.biodesign.asu.edu/>
http://chemistry.asu.edu/faculty/n_woodbury.asp
http://sustainability.asu.edu/

Education

Dr. Woodbury received his B.S. in Biochemistry from the University of California at Davis and his Ph.D. from the University of Washington.

Research Areas

Biochemistry, Physical Chemistry, Laser Spectroscopy, Peptide Array Technology, Immunosignaturing

Research and Teaching Interests

Neal Woodbury, PhD, leads a team that seeks to develop molecular devices and nanoscale hybrid electronics for use in biomedicine, environmental remediation and monitoring, threat detection and agriculture. His research into the structure/function relationships in photosynthesis led him to realize the awesome potential of harnessing the energy of light to direct chemical reactions.

Looking at the diversity of nature, Dr. Woodbury clearly sees that there must be a molecular formula in the form of a heteropolymer sequence that has almost any desired function or property-a molecular cure for disease, a sensor for a toxin, and a complex molecular matrix for computing or display. One must simply use the right basis set of chemical monomers and search the sequence space until an answer is found. His efforts have been directed at building synthetic systems that can do this: speed up natural evolution.

Dr. Woodbury is an advocate of interdisciplinary science as a means of providing researchers greater vision in addressing real-world problems. His body of published work includes more than 110 published articles, studies and patents. He had been a member of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Biophysics Panel for the past year; the NSF IGERT Panel; and an associate editor of Photochemistry and Photobiology. He has served as the Director of the Photosynthesis Center at ASU and is an active member of the American Chemical Society, Biophysical Society and American Photobiology Society.

Neal Woodbury, PhD, is currently co-Director of the Center for Innovations in Medicine at the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University as well as a faculty associate in the Center for Single Molecule Biophysics. He is a Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and also works on programs to develop energy research in collaboration with the Global Institute of Sustainability. Dr. Woodbury was one of the conceptual founders of the Biodesign Institute and has served as the Director of the Center for BioOptical Nanotechnology, Deputy Director as well as the Chief Scientific Officer in the past.  He coordinates multigroup efforts that address major problems in Health, Energy and National Security. For most of his career, he has studied the biophysical and spectroscopic properties of energy and electron transfer in photosynthetic pigments.  Over the past ten years, he has also worked on high-throughput patterned chemical synthesis and the development of molecular libraries using such techniques.

Research Efforts

Chemical Diversity: A major competency of the Center for Innovations in Medicine (CIM) is the creation, generation and searching of chemical space. Drs. Neal Woodbury and Stephen Johnston, and the researchers of CIM, have multiple methods for accomplishing this. They are currently using peptide arrays to search libraries of peptides and proteins as large as 1013-14 and select those with the desired traits. They have also developed the capability to synthetically create libraries on the order of 106 peptides or other synthetic chemical structures using the kind of light directed synthesis that is used in the generation of DNA chips. They have generalized the chemistry to be used for other kinds of compounds that can be constructed from building block components.

Synthetic Antibodies (Synbodies): The CIM applies their chemical diversity capability to the production of synthetic antibodies. Here, they use various methods to search chemical space for weak binders and then orient them to create systems with high affinity and specificity, mimicking antibody function.

Ultrafast Laser Spectroscopy and Microscopy: Woodbury Lab members manage ASU's ultrafast laser spectroscopy and microscopy facility, and this represents another of their key competencies. The facility is well equipped with state-of-arts ultrafast lasers and detection systems, including 2 transient absorption spectrometers, a kilohertz femtosecond up-conversion apparatus, a single photon counting system, a streak camera fluorescence FLIM spectrometer, 2 microscope systems for single molecule spectroscopy. Here it is possible to perform femtosecond timescale spectroscopy in many different forms (absorbance, fluorescence, etc.) both in solution, on surfaces, in living cells or tissues and at the single molecule level.

The Role of Protein Dynamics in Photosynthetic Electron Transfer: They have a fundamental program in the study of the ultrafast electron transfer reactions of bacterial photosynthetic reaction centers. This work utilizes ASU's ultrafast laser facility to follow these electron transfer reactions on the femtosecond to picosecond timescale. Recently, they have discovered that the kinetics of electron transfer in this system is directly limited by protein motion and they are continuing to explore how this complex protein dance serves to mediate biochemical reaction.

Selected Publications

MP Greving, PE Belcher, CW Diehnelt, MJ Gonzalez-Moa, J Emery, J Fu, SA Johnston, NW       Woodbury (2010) Thermodynamic additivity of sequence variations: an algorithm for             creating high affinity peptides without large libraries or structural information.  PLoS           One, Nov; 5 (11): e15432.

J Fu, K Cai, SA Johnston, NW Woodbury (2010) Exploring peptide space for enzyme modulators.J Am Chem Soc May 12; 132(18):6419-24.

MP Greving, PE Belcher, CD Cox, D Daniel, CW Diehnelt and NW Woodbury (2010) High-throughput screening in two dimensions: binding intensity and off-rate on a peptide microarray. Analytical Biochemistry, Jul 1;402(1):93-5.

MP Greving, P Kumar, ZG Zhao, NW Woodbury (2010) Feature-level MALDI-MS characterization of in situ-synthesized peptide microarrays.Langmuir, Feb 2; 26(3):1456-9.

BAR Williams, CW Diehnelt, PE Belcher, M Greving, NW Woodbury, SA Johnston, JC Chaput (2009) Creating protein affinity reagents by combining peptide ligands on synthetic DNA scaffolds.J Am Chem Soc, Dec 2;131(47):17233-41.

 

H Wang, S Lin, E Katilius, C Laser, JP Allen, JC Williams, NW Woodbury (2009) Unusual temperature dependence of photosynthetic electron transfer due to protein dynamics J Phys Chem B. Jan 22;113(3):818-24.

S Lin, PR Jaschke, H Wang, M Paddock, A Tufts, JP Allen, FI Rosell, AG Mauk, NW Woodbury, JT Beatty. Electron transfer in the Rhodobacter sphaeroides reaction center assembled with zinc bacteriochlorophyll.Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009 May 13.

L Kelbauskas, J Yodh, NW Woodbury, D Lohr (2009) Intrinsic promoter nucleosome stability/dynamics variations support a novel targeting mechanism.Biochemistry May 26, 48 (20), pp 4217–4219.

L Kelbauskas, J Sun, NW Woodbury, D Lohr (2008) Nucleosomal stability and dynamics vary significantly when viewed by internal versus terminal labels.Biochemistry Sep 9;47(36):9627-35.

JC Chaput, NW Woodbury, LA Stearns, BAR Williams (2008) Creating protein biocatalysts as tools for future industrial applications. Expert opinion on biological therapy. Vol 8 No 8 (Aug) 1087-98.

H Wang, S Lin, NW Woodbury (2008) Excitation wavelength dependence of primary charge separation in reaction centers from Rhodobacter sphaeroides. J Phys Chem B. Nov 13;112(45):14296-301.

T Northen, MP Greving, N Woodbury (2008) Combinatorial screening of biomimetic protein affinity materials. Advance Materials 20, 1-7.

E Katilius, CL Flores, NW Woodbury. (2007) Exploring the Sequence Space of a DNA Aptamer Using Microarrays. Nucleic Acids Research, 35(22): 7626-7635.

L Kelbauskas, N Chan, R Bash, P DeBartolo, J Sun, N Woodbury, and D Lohr (2007) Sequence-dependent variations associated with H2A/H2B depletion of nucleosomes. Biophys J. January 1; 94(1): 147–158.

L Kelbauskas, N Chan, R Bash, J Yodh, N Woodbury, and D.Lohr (2007) Sequence-dependent nucleosome structure and stability variations detected by Fo¨rster Resonance Energy Transfer. Biochemistry 46 (8), pp 2239–2248.

S Lin, H Wang, JP Allen, JC Williams, S Blankert, C Laser and NW Woodbury (2007) Protein Dynamics Control the Kinetics of Initial Electron Transfer in Photosynthesis. Science 316: 747-750

 

Courses

Spring 2015

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
BCH 462 General Biochemistry
PHY 792 Research
PHY 799 Dissertation

Fall 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
BCH 462 General Biochemistry
PHY 799 Dissertation

Summer 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
PHY 792 Research

Spring 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
BCH 462 General Biochemistry
PHY 792 Research
PHY 799 Dissertation

Fall 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
BCH 462 General Biochemistry
BIO 493 Honors Thesis
PHY 792 Research
PHY 799 Dissertation

Summer 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
PHY 792 Research

Spring 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
BCH 462 General Biochemistry
BIO 492 Honors Directed Study
PHY 792 Research
PHY 799 Dissertation

Fall 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
BCH 462 General Biochemistry
BIO 495 Undergraduate Research
PHY 792 Research
PHY 799 Dissertation

Spring 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
BDE 721 Integrative Research
PHY 792 Research
PHY 799 Dissertation

Fall 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
BCH 462 General Biochemistry
BDE 721 Integrative Research
PHY 792 Research
PHY 799 Dissertation

Spring 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
BCH 462 General Biochemistry
PHY 792 Research
PHY 799 Dissertation

Publications and Other Intellectual ContributionsGoogle Scholar

  1. Wang, Wei; Woodbury, Neal W.. Unstructured interactions between peptides and proteins: Exploring the role of sequence motifs in affinity and specificity. Acta Biomaterialia (2015).

  2. Driscoll, B.; Lunceford, C.; Lin, S.; Woronowicz, K.; Niederman, R. A.; Woodbury, N. W.. Energy transfer properties of Rhodobacter sphaeroides chromatophores. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS (2014).

  3. Dutta, Palash; Levenberg, Symon; Loskutov, Andrey; Jun, Daniel; Saer, Rafael; Beatty, J.; Lin, Su; Liu, Yan; Woodbury, Neal; Yan, Hao. A DNA-Directed Light-Harvesting/Reaction Center System. : Journal of the American Chemical Society (2014).

  4. Dutta, Palash; Lin, Su; Loskutov, Andrey; Levenberg, Symon; Jun, Daniel; Saer, Rafael; Beatty, John; Liu, Yan; Yan, Hao; Woodbury, Neal. Reengineering the Optical Absorption Cross-section of Photosynthetic Reaction Centers. Journal of the American Chemical Society (2014).

  5. Fu, Jinglin; Yang, Yuhe Renee; Johnson-Buck, Alexander; Liu, Minghui; Liu, Yan; Walter, Nils G.; Woodbury, Neal W.; Yan, Hao. Multi-enzyme complexes on DNA scaffolds capable of substrate channelling with an artificial swinging arm. NATURE NANOTECHNOLOGY (2014).

  6. Legutki, Joseph Barten;Zhao, Zhan-Gong;Greving, Matt;Woodbury, Neal; Johnston, Stephen Albert; Stafford, Phillip. Scalable high-density peptide arrays for comprehensive health monitoring. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS (2014).

  7. Navalkar, Krupa Arun; Johnston, Stephen Albert; Woodbury, Neal; Galgiani, John N.; Magee, D. Mitchell; Chicacz, Zbigniew; Stafford, Phillip. Application of Immunosignatures for Diagnosis of Valley Fever. CLINICAL AND VACCINE IMMUNOLOGY (2014).

  8. Stafford, Phillip; Cichacz, Zbigniew; Woodbury, Neal W.; Johnston, Stephen Albert. Immunosignature system for diagnosis of cancer. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (2014).

  9. Wang W. Woodbury NW. Selective protein–peptide interactions at surfaces. Acta Biomater. (2014).

  10. Guo, Zhi; Lin, Su; Woodbury, Neal W. Utilizing the Dynamic Stark Shift as a Probe for Dielectric Relaxation in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers During Charge Separation. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY (2013).

  11. LeBard DN, Martin DR, Lin S, Woodbury NW, Matyushov DV. Protein dynamics to optimize and control bacterial photosynthesis. Chemical Science (2013).

  12. Liu MH, Fu JL, Heejesen C, Yang YH, Woodbury NW, Gothelf K, Liu Y, Yan H. A DNA tweezer-actuated enzyme nanoreactor. Nature Communications (2013).

  13. Pan J, Saer RG, Lin S, Guo Z, Beatty JT, Woodbury NW. The Protein Environment of the Bacteriopheophytin Anion Modulates Charge Separation and Charge Recombination in Bacterial Reaction Centers. Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2013).

  14. Saer, Rafael G.; Pan, Jie; Hardjasa, Amelia; Lin, Su; Rosell, Federico; Mauk, A. Grant; Woodbury, Neal W.; Murphy, Michael E. P.; Beatty, J. Thomas. Structural and kinetic properties of Rhodobacter sphaeroides photosynthetic reaction centers containing exclusively Zn-coordinated bacteriochlorophyll as bacteriochlorin cofactors. BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS (2013).

  15. H Wang, Y Hao, J Ying, S Lin, NW Woodbury. Role of Protein Dynamics in Guiding Electron-Transfer Pathways in Reaction Centers from Rhodobacter sphaeroides. Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2012).

  16. H Wang, Y Jiang, Y Hao, S Lin, NW Woodbury. Role of Protein Dynamics in Guilding Electron-Transfer Pathways in Reaction Centers from Rhodobacter sphaeroides. J. Phys. Chem. B (2012).

  17. J Fu, M Liu, Y Liu, NW Woodbury and H Yan. Interenzyme Substrate Diffusion for an Enzyme Cascade Organized on Spatially Addressable DNA Nanostructures. J. Am. Chem. Soc (2012).

  18. J Pan, S Lin, NW Woodbury. Bacteriochlorophyll Excited-State Quenching Pathways in Bacterial Reaction Centers with the Primary Donor Oxidized. J Phys Chem B (2012).

  19. Z Guo, S Lin, J Pan, N Woodbury. Protein Dielectric Environment Modulates the Electron Transfer Pathway in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers. Biophysical Journal (2012).

  20. J Pan, S Lin, JP Allen, JC Williams, HA Frank, NW Woodbury. Carotenoid Excited-State Properties in Photosynthetic Purple Bacterial Reaction Centers: Effects of the Protein Environment. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B (2011).

  21. JL Fu, J Reinhold, NW Woodbury. Peptide-Modified Surfaces for Enzyme Immobilization. PLOS ONE (2011).

  22. Z Guo, S Lin, YY Xin, HY Wang, RE Blankenship, NW Woodbury. Comparing the Temperature Dependence of Photosynthetic Electron Transfer in Chloroflexus aurantiacus and Rhodobactor sphaeroides Reaction Centers. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B (2011).

  23. Greving MP, Kumar P, Zhao ZG, Woodbury NW. Feature-level MALDI-MS characterization of in situ-synthesized peptide microarrays. Langmuir 2010 (2010).

  24. J Fu, K Cai, SA Johnston, NW Woodbury. Exploring peptide space for enzyme modulators.. J Am Chem Soc (2010).

  25. MP Greving, P Kumar, ZG Zhao, NW Woodbury. Feature-level MALDI-MS characterization of in situ-synthesized peptide microarrays.. Langmuir (2010).

  26. MP Greving, PE Belcher, CD Cox, D Daniel, CW Diehnelt and NW Woodbury. High-throughput screening in two dimensions: binding intensity and off-rate on a peptide microarray.. Biochemistry (2010).

  27. MP Greving, PE Belcher, CW Diehnelt, MJ Gonzalez-Moa, J Emery, J Fu, SA Johnston, NW Woodbury. Thermodynamic additivity of sequence variations: an algorithm for creating high affinity peptides without large libraries or structural information.. PLoS One (2010).

  28. Allen JP, Cordova JM, Jolley CC, Murray TA, Schneider JW, Woodbury NW, Williams JC, Niklas J, Klihm G, Reus M, Lubitz W. EPR, ENDOR, and special TRIPLE measurements of P(*+) in wild type and modified reaction centers from Rb. sphaeroides. Photosynth Res (2009).

  29. L Kelbauskas, J Yodh, NW Woodbury, D Lohr. Intrinsic promoter nucleosome stability/dynamics variations support a novel targeting mechanism.. Biochemistry (2009).

  30. Lin S, Jaschke PR, Wang H, Paddock M, Tufts A, Allen JP, Rosell FI, Mauk AG, Woodbury NW, Beatty JT. Electron transfer in the Rhodobacter sphaeroides reaction center assembled with zinc bacteriochlorophyll. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (2009).

  31. Williams BA, Diehnelt CW, Belcher P, Greving M, Woodbury NW, Johnston SA, Chaput JC. Creating protein affinity reagents by combining peptide ligands on synthetic DNA scaffolds. J Am Chem Soc. (2009).

  32. Chaput JC, Woodbury NW, Stearns LA, Williams BA.. Creating protein biocatalysts as tools for future industrial applications. Expert Opin Biol Ther (2008).

  33. L Kelbauskas, J Sun, NW Woodbury, D Lohr. Nucleosomal stability and dynamics vary significantly when viewed by internal versus terminal labels.. Biochemistry (2008).

  34. T Northen, MP Greving, N Woodbury. Combinatorial screening of biomimetic protein affinity materials.. Advance Materials (2008).

  35. Gibasiewicz K, Ramesh VM, Lin S, Redding K, Woodbury NW, Webber AN.. Two equilibration pools of chlorophylls in the Photosystem I core antenna of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii.. Photosynth Res. (2007).

  36. Katilius E, Flores C, Woodbury NW. Exploring the Sequence Space of a DNA Aptamer Using Microarrays. Nucleic Acids Research (2007).

  37. Katilius E, Flores C, Woodbury NW.. Exploring the sequence space of a DNA aptamer using microarrays.. Nucleic Acids Res. (2007).

  38. L Kelbauskas, N Chan, R Bash, J Yodh, N Woodbury, and D.Lohr. Sequence-dependent nucleosome structure and stability variations detected by Fo¨rster Resonance Energy Transfer. Biochemistry (2007).

  39. L Kelbauskas, N Chan, R Bash, P DeBartolo, J Sun, N Woodbury, and D Lohr. Sequence-dependent variations associated with H2A/H2B depletion of nucleosomes.. Biophys J (2007).

  40. Wang H, Lin S, Allen JP, Williams JC, Blankert S, Laser C, Woodbury NW.. Protein dynamics control the kinetics of initial electron transfer in photosynthesis.. Science. (2007).

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Research Activity Research Awards

  1. Woodbury,Neal Walter * . Applications of Recognition Tunneling in Proteomics and Glycomics. (1/30/2015 - 1/29/2016).
  2. Woodbury,Neal Walter * , Johnston,Stephen Albert , Stafford,Phillip , . Prevalence of Immune Response for Ebola in the Endemic Populations. NSF-BIO (12/15/2014 - 11/30/2015).
  3. Johnston,Stephen Albert * Stafford,Phillip Woodbury,Neal Walter . A Simple System for Early Detection of Breast Cancer. DOD-CDMRP (7/1/2014 - 6/30/2016).
  4. Yan,Hao * , Lin,Su , Liu,Yan , Seo,Dong Kyun , Woodbury,Neal Walter , . MURI: Translating Biochemical Pathways to Non-Cellular Environment. DOD-NAVY-ONR (8/20/2012 - 8/19/2017).
  5. Poste,George Henry * , Johnston,Stephen Albert , Lindsay,Stuart , Lindsay,Stuart , Stafford,Phillip , Woodbury,Neal Walter , Yan,Hao , Zhao,Zhan-Gong , . INSPIRE: Mimicking the Functional Complexity of Biology with Man-Made Systems. NSF-BIO (7/15/2012 - 6/30/2016).
  6. Johnston,Stephen Albert * Papandreou-Suppappola,Antonia Poste,George Henry Stafford,Phillip Woodbury,Neal Walter . Detection of changes in health status and source of any infection using peptide array chips Technical PI: Stephen Johnston. DOD-DTRA (4/24/2012 - 12/31/2013).
  7. Woodbury,Neal Walter * Lin,Su Matyushov,Dmitry V Matyushov,Dmitry V . Protein Dynamics in Electron Transfer. NSF-BIO (3/1/2012 - 2/28/2017).
  8. Woodbury,Neal Walter * Lin,Su . The Assembly of Photosynthetic Light-Harvesting Complexes in Whole Cells. NSF-MPS-PHY (9/15/2011 - 8/31/2015).
  9. Fromme,Petra * , Allen,James Paul , Ghirlanda,Giovanna , Hogue,Brenda G , Johnston,Stephen Albert , Kumar,Sudhir , Labaer,Joshua , Leket-Mor,Tsafrir Shlomo , Ozkan,Sefika Banu , Sykes,Kathryn , Wachter,Rebekka M , Woodbury,Neal Walter , . Center for Membrane Proteins in Infectious Diseases (MPID). HHS-NIH-NIGMS (7/1/2011 - 6/30/2015).
  10. Miller,Clark Anson * , Miller,Clark Anson * , Fisher,Erik , Fisher,Erik , Goodnick,Stephen Marshall , Gust,John Devens , Herkert,Joseph Raymond , Herkert,Joseph Raymond , Pasqualetti,Martin J , Selin,Cynthia Lea , Woodbury,Neal Walter , . EESE Collaborative Research: Energy Ethics in Science and Engineering Education. NSF-BIO-DBI (1/1/2011 - 12/31/2013).
  11. Woodbury,Neal Walter * Yan,Hao . Enzymology of multi-enzyme systems on self-assembled surfaces. NSF-ENG-CBET (12/1/2010 - 11/30/2013).
  12. Fromme,Petra * Allen,James Paul Ghirlanda,Giovanna Hogue,Brenda G Kumar,Sudhir Labaer,Joshua Leket-Mor,Tsafrir Shlomo Ozkan,Sefika Banu Sykes,Kathryn Wachter,Rebekka M Woodbury,Neal Walter . YR 1: Center for Membrane Proteins in Infectious Diseases (MPID). HHS-NIH-NIGMS (9/30/2010 - 6/30/2012).
  13. Woodbury,Neal Walter * Rajasekaran,John Jagazeel . The Topology of Peptide/Protein Interaction Space. NSF-BIO (8/1/2009 - 7/31/2010).
  14. Woodbury,Neal Walter * Rajasekaran,John Jagazeel . DUPLICATE OF NJS0024 ---The Topology of Peptide/Protein Interaction Space. NSF-BBS-DMB (8/1/2009 - 7/31/2010).
  15. Wachter,Rebekka M * Woodbury,Neal Walter . Structure-Based Directed Evolution of Fast-Maturing GFPs. HHS-NIH-NIBIB (7/1/2007 - 6/30/2009).
  16. Woodbury,Neal Walter * Lin,Su . Protein Control of Electron Transfer Pathways in Photosynthesis. NSF-BBS-DMB (4/1/2007 - 3/31/2013).
  17. Woodbury,Neal Walter * Lindsay,Stuart Lindsay,Stuart Lohr,Dennis Evan . CAA: Factor Binding Dynamics on Promoters. SFAz (3/30/2007 - 9/30/2008).
  18. Woodbury,Neal Walter * Lohr,Dennis Evan Thorpe,Michael F Thorpe,Michael F . SGER: Merging Single Molecule Spectroscopy and Molecular Simulation. NSF-MPS-PHY (6/1/2006 - 5/31/2007).
  19. Petuskey,William T * Chang,Yung Daniel,Douglas Fromme,Petra Gould,Ian R Gust,John Devens Lin,Su Liu,Yan Moore,Ana L Moore,Thomas Andrew Roberson,Robert Wayne Vermaas,Willem F J Wachter,Rebekka M Webber,Andrew Neil Wei,Qihuo Woodbury,Neal Walter Yan,Hao Zenhausern,Frederic Zenhausern,Frederic . Purchase of an Instrument for Ultrafast, Multidimensional Fluorescence Detection and Imaging. NSF-MPS-CHE (2/15/2006 - 1/31/2009).
  20. Woodbury,Neal Walter * Allen,James Paul Thornton,Trevor John Williams,Joann Clara . Combinational Development of Water Splitting Catalysts Based on the Oxygen Evolving Complex of Photosystem II. DOE-GOLDEN FIELD OFFICE (7/1/2005 - 12/31/2009).
  21. Woodbury,Neal Walter * Lohr,Dennis Evan . CHARACTERIZATION OF DNA/PROTEIN INTERACTIONS AT THE SINGLE MOLECULE LEVEL. NSF-MPS (7/1/2003 - 5/31/2005).
  22. Woodbury,Neal Walter * Lohr,Dennis Evan Taguchi,Aileen Kazuko . CHARACTERIZATION OF DNAPROTEIN INTERACTIONS AT THE SINGLE MOLECULE LEVEL. NSF-MPS (7/1/2003 - 6/30/2006).
  23. Menendez,Jose * Drucker,Jeffery S Poweleit,Christian David Woodbury,Neal Walter . DEVELOPMENT OF A SOLID IMMERSION LENS MICROSCOPE FOR OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY. NSF-MPS (8/1/2002 - 6/30/2006).
  24. Woodbury,Neal Walter * . CONTROLLING THE PATHWAY OF ELECTRON TRANSFER IN BACTERIAL REACTION CENTERS. NSF-BIO (3/1/2002 - 4/30/2005).
  25. Woodbury,Neal Walter * Lin,Su Taguchi,Aileen Kazuko . CONTROLLING THE PATHWAY OF ELECTRON TRANSFER IN BACTERIAL REACTION CENTERS. NSF-BIO (3/1/2002 - 2/28/2007).
  26. Gust,John Devens * Arntzen,Charles Bieber,Allan Leroy Blankenship,Robert E Brophy,Colleen M Brune,Daniel Charles Capco,David George Chandler,Douglas E Francisco,Wilson Alex Hu,Qiang Jacobs,Bertram Lewis Leket-Mor,Tsafrir Shlomo Lindsay,Stuart Lorson,Christian L Massia,Stephen Paul Misra,Rajeev Moore,Ana L Moore,Thomas Andrew Panitch,Alyssa Sommerfeld,Milton R Trelease,Richard Norman Vermaas,Willem F J Vernon,Brent Williams,Peter Woodbury,Neal Walter . PURCHASE OF A MALDI-TOF MASS SPECTROMETER. NSF-MPS (2/1/2002 - 1/31/2005).
  27. Woodbury,Neal Walter * . ANTENNA FUNCTION AND ASSEMBLY IN PURPLE NONSULFUR BACTERIA. USDA (9/15/2001 - 9/30/2004).
  28. Woodbury,Neal Walter * , Allen,James Paul , Bingham,Scott Edward , Blankenship,Robert E , Brune,Daniel Charles , Chapsky,Lars , Francisco,Wilson Alex , Frasch,Wayne D , Garcia,Antonio Agustin , Gould,Ian R , Gust,John Devens , Hayes,Mark A , Kozicki,Michael N , Lin,Su , Lindsay,Stuart , Lindsay,Stuart , Lobrutto,Russell , Massia,Stephen Paul , Moore,Ana L , Moore,Thomas Andrew , Nieman,Ronald A , Pauken,Christine Marie , Phelan,Patrick E , Pizziconi,Vincent B , Raupp,Gregory Bruce , Sankey,Otto F , Taguchi,Aileen Kazuko , Tao,Nongjian , Thornton,Trevor John , Towe,Bruce C , Vermaas,Willem F J , Webber,Andrew Neil , Williams,Joann Clara , . IGERT: OPTICAL BIOMOLECULAR DEVICES: FROM NATURAL PARADIGMS TO PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS. NSF-EHR (9/15/2001 - 8/31/2008).
  29. Garcia,Antonio Agustin * Gust,John Devens Hayes,Mark A Woodbury,Neal Walter . PHOTOMANIPULATION OF HYDROPHOBICITY USING A 2-D NANOSTRUCTURAL SURFACE. NSF-ENG (8/15/2001 - 1/31/2003).
  30. Woodbury,Neal Walter * . TRANSGENIC BIOAGENT BIOSENSOR. LOCKHEED MARTIN INC (7/1/2001 - 5/31/2002).
  31. Gust,John Devens * Allen,James Paul Blankenship,Robert E Gould,Ian R Lin,Su Moore,Ana L Moore,Thomas Andrew Vermaas,Willem F J Woodbury,Neal Walter . PURCHASE OF AN INSTRUMENT FOR ULTRAFAST FLUORESCENCE AND MULTIPULSE TRANSIENT ABSORBANCE. NSF-MPS (2/15/2001 - 1/31/2005).
  32. Woodbury,Neal Walter * . DIRECTED EVOLUTION OF GFP-BASED PROBES FOR GLUCOSE. NSF-ENG (9/1/2000 - 2/29/2004).
  33. Webber,Andrew Neil * Woodbury,Neal Walter . EXCITATION ENERGY TRANSFER IN THE PHOTOSYSTEM I CORE ANTENNA: FUNCTION OFTHE CLUSTERED AND CONNECTIING CHLOROPHYLLS. DOE-CHICAGO (9/15/1999 - 9/14/2005).
  34. Webber,Andrew Neil * Woodbury,Neal Walter . Excitation Energy Transfer in Photosystem I. DOE-CHICAGO (9/15/1999 - 9/14/2009).
  35. Woodbury,Neal Walter * . MECHANISTIC STUDIES OF PHOTOACTIVE PROTEIN SYSTEMS. NSF-BIO (3/1/1999 - 8/31/2003).
  36. Woodbury,Neal Walter * . PROTEIN-DNA DYNAMICS VIA SINGLE MOLECULE FLUORESCENCE. HHS-NIH-NHGRI (1/1/1999 - 5/31/2001).
  37. Woodbury,Neal Walter * . ENERGY TRAPPING IN PURPLE NONSULFURE NACTERIAL MEMBRANES. USDA (9/1/1998 - 8/31/2001).
  38. Woodbury,Neal Walter * . SINGULAR MOLECULAR PROBES OF DNA STRUCTURE. PHASE LASER SYSTEMS, INC (1/15/1997 - 12/31/2000).
  39. Woodbury,Neal Walter * . ENERGY TRAPPING IN PURPLE NONSULPHUR BACTERIAL MEMBRANES. USDA (10/1/1996 - 9/30/1999).

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Service

  1. Global Institute of Sustainability, Senior Sustainability Scientist (2014 - 2999)
  2. Center for Innovations in Medicine; Biodesign Institute at ASU, co-Director (2011 - 2999)
  3. Global Institute of Sustainability, Senior Sustainability Scientist (2011 - 2999)
  4. Global Institute of Sustainability, Senior Sustainability Scientist (2011 - 2999)
  5. The Biodesign Institute at ASU, Executive Committee, member (2014 - 2999)
  6. Mesa Biotech Academy, guest presenter (2012 - present)
  7. NSF MCB panel, panel member (2011 - present)
  8. CTE Biotech Highschool, guest presenter (2011 - present)
  9. Peggy Payne Academy at McClintock High School, guest speaker (2010 - present)
  10. NSF Biophysics Panel, Panel Member (2006 - present)
  11. NSF Biophysics Panel, Panel member (2006 - present)
  12. NSF-MPS-MCB Joint Review Panel, Panel Member (2006 - present)
  13. Department of Chemistry, Awards committee, Chair (2014 - 2015)
  14. Department of Chemistry, Search committee, organic chemistry, member (2014 - 2015)
  15. Department of Chemistry, search committee, biochemistry, member (2014 - 2015)
  16. NSF Physics of Life Panel, Panel Member (2014)
  17. The Biodesign Institute at ASU, Directorate member (2014)
  18. AZ Science Center, Speaker (2014)
  19. NSF Engineering Biocatalyst Panel, Panel Member (2014)
  20. NSF MCB panel, Panel Member (2014)
  21. Search Committee, Chemistry, Biomimetic position, member (2013 - 2014)
  22. NSF Physics of Life Panel, Panel Member (2014)
  23. Center for Innovation in Medicine, Biodesign, Co-director (2013)
  24. NSF Engineering Catalyst Panel, Panel member (2012)
  25. NSF Physics of Life Panel, Panel member (2012)
  26. The Biodesign Institute at ASU, Directorate member (2012)
  27. NSF Physics of Life panel, Panel member (2012)
  28. The Biodesign Institute at ASU, Directorate member (2011)
  29. The Biodesign Institute, Chief Scientific Officer (2011)
  30. Peggy Payne Academy at McClintock High School, Monthly Guest Speaker (2010 - 2011)
  31. Biodesign Institute at ASU, Chief Scientific Officer (2010)
  32. Biodesign Institute at ASU, Deputy Director (2008 - 2010)
  33. Spirit of the Senses, Presenter (2010)
  34. ASU Biodesign Institute AzTE/Biodesign, Committee (2009)
  35. ASU Biodesign Intercenter Biosignatures Committee, member (2009)
  36. ASU Biodesign Synergy Committee, member (2009)
  37. ASU Biological Design PhD. Program, Executive Committee (2009)
  38. ASU Biological Physics Faculty, member (2009)
  39. Center for Bioenergy & Photosynthesis Executive Committee, member (2009)
  40. Center for BioOptical Nanotechnology, Biodesign Institute at ASU, Director (2004 - 2009)

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