Crowhurst LabĀ  – Fall 2021

Fall 2021: Hoping that this is the last of the Zoom group portraits! At least we had a little fun with it this time. L to R, row 1: Scarlett Shi, Karin Crowhurst, Debra Duguil; row 2: Nick Mead, Akemi Hinzer, Amanda Martinez; row 3: Hiep Nguyen.


The focus of our research is to use multidimensional NMR spectroscopy to better understand the connection between protein structure, flexibility, function, and folding by studying bacterial chaperones as well as protein involved in signal transduction in the brain. Check out our research page for more details.

Our lab is located in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at California State University Northridge (CSUN), in Citrus Hall rooms 3110 and 3119. If you are interested in visiting or joining the lab, please contact Dr. Crowhurst.