Han Lab: My Postdoc Lab

The Han lab develops highly sensitive and novel instrumentation, as well as relies an existing plethora of state-of-the-art magnetic resonance tools for the advanced "visualization" of biomolecular interactions, biomolecular and materials surfaces, and their surface hydration water properties. The tools of the Han lab include solid-state NMR and DNP-enhanced NMR spectroscopy of biosolids and materials, Overhauser DNP of the hydration layer, continuous wave (cw) and pulsed dipolar EPR spectroscopy for structural biology, and hyperfine EPR and DNP spectroscopy of transition metal sites. Some experiments are performed with unique, home-built, instrumentation, and others rely on commercial instrumentation and shared facilities.