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David M. Mueller, PhD

Professor

Education

The University of Michigan, B.S. (Chemistry), 1976
Wayne State University, Ph.D. (Biochemistry), 1981
The University of Chicago, Postdoctoral Studies (Molecular Biology), 1981-1985
Fogarty Fellow and Visiting Professor, 2000-2001, Medical Research Council, Cambridge, U.K

Publications
Lab
Personal Website

Research

The Mueller Lab uses crystallography, biochemistry and yeast genetics to investigate:

  • the structure/function relationship of the mitochondrial ATP synthase.
  • Understanding the structure and function of the gene product and regulation of the gene, Cln3, defective in the juvenile form of the neurodegenerative disease, Batten disease.  Understanding and treating neurodegenerative diseases.