Ning Zheng


University of Washington


Biophysical and Structural Biology

Cancer Biology

Cell Signaling & Cell/Environment Interactions

Structural biology of protein ubiquitination and transmembrane signaling

Faculty Contact Information

Building: Health Sciences Buildings Room: D-409 Box: 357280 Phone: 206-616-3990 http://depts.washington.edu/zhenglab/

Research Summary

Research in our laboratory is aimed at dissecting the molecular and structural mechanisms by which protein-protein interactions control eukaryotic biology and human diseases. We emphasize on challenging yet fundamental questions that will have cross-disciplinary significances and impacts. We have a long-standing interest in how enzymes regulate protein ubiquitination, their roles in signaling, and their therapeutic potentials. We have also developed a second research program focusing on membrane protein structure biology.

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Lab Information

Location: University of Washington
Building: Health Sciences Building
Room: D-429
Box: 357280
Phone: 206-616-3887