Carnevale Lab
Theoretical and Computational Physics at the Interface with Biology, Chemistry, and Computer Science

Principal Investigator

Vincenzo Carnevale

Research Associate Professor

Lab Members

Lucia Coronel

Postdoctoral Researcher

Chu'nan Liu

PhD Student, Bioinformatics

Yiming Xu

Undergraduate Student, Physics

Quentin Novinger

Undergraduate Student, CompSci/Math & Biochem

Ruiyu Wang

PhD Student, Chemistry

Antonio Suma

Visiting Scientist

Salsabil Abou-Hatab

PhD Student, Chemistry

Lei Qian

Master's Student, Bioinformatics

Francisco McGee

PhD Student, Bioinformatics

Affiliations

Funding


Active

NIH-R01GM131048, “Molecular mechanism of TRPV1 activation”
Multi-PI (Carnevale & Rohacs)

NIH-R01GM093290, “Regulation of the intestinal Ca2+ channels TRPV6”
Multi-PI (Rohacs & Carnevale)

NSF-OIA1934848, "Understanding Epistasis: the Key for Genotype to Phenotype Mapping"
co-PI

NIH-R01NS055159, “Regulation of sensory TRP channels by phospholipids and G-proteins”
co-PI

Completed

NIH-R01GM097478, “Structure-Based Design of Xe-129 NMR Biosensors for Multiplexed Cancer Detection”
co-PI

NSF-ACI1614804, “Ion channels response in physiological conditions: toward a computational framework for nociception”
PI

NSF-ACI1440059, “Unveiling allosteric pathways in ion channels”
co-PI

Collaborators

Contact

vincenzo.carnevale@temple.edu
(+1)-215-204-4214
ATTN: Dr. Vincenzo Carnevale
Institute for Computational Molecular Science
Temple University, SERC – 710
1925 N. 12th Street
Philadelphia PA 19122-1801