Professor Tatyana Polenova

University of Delaware

Studying the structural biology and biophysics of HIV with NMR

In this video, Dr. Tatyana Polenova, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Delaware, discusses the use of solid-state NMR spectroscopy in her work looking at the molecular structure of viruses with atomic resolution. Here, Polenova explains how her work is providing fundamental insight into the structure of HIV, pushing forward our understanding of the virus, and helping to advance the development of a cure for the disease.



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Professor Tatyana Polenova

University of Delaware

Dr. Tatyana Polenova received her Ph.D. in Chemistry from Colombia University in 1997. Since 2006, Polenova has worked as an associate professor and professor at the University of Delaware. Polenova's current research focuses on understanding the structure, dynamics, and function of complex macromolecular assemblies, biological tissues and inorganic materials in solid-state.