Michael Marty*

Associate Professor
Accepting Students

Preferred Method of Contact: Email

Degrees and Appointments 

  • B.A. 2010, St. Olaf College
  • Ph.D. 2013, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Postdoctoral Researcher 2013-2016, University of Oxford
  • Assistant Professor 2016, University of Arizona
  • Associate Professor 2021, University of Arizona

Specialties: Bioanalytical, Biophysics, Chemical Biology, Instrument Development, Metabolism, Signaling, and Regulation, Protein and Membrane Biochemistry, Structural Biology

Research Group Web Page

Research Description

Membrane proteins play a number of critical biochemical roles and make up the majority of drug targets. Despite their importance, membrane proteins remain challenging systems for analysis due to their amphipathic nature and low expression levels. Moreover, the lipid bilayer can play an important but largely unexplored role in regulating membrane protein structure and function. New analytical and biochemical methods are necessary to better understand and design drugs to target membrane proteins. Read More.