Discovery and development of cellular probes and therapeutic agents targeting protein-protein interactions; chemical biology; peptide and organic small molecule design and synthesis; bacteriophage and phage display; chemical libraries for biochemical and cell-based screening; protein biochemistry and biophysical analysis of protein-ligand interactions.
Rotation and thesis projects are available that correspond to the topics listed above under “Professional Interests”. These are applicable to the study of diseases involving cancer, neurobiological disorders, and bacterial infection.
Dr. Spaller is not accepting rotation or thesis students for 2016-17.
7936 Rubin 652
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center One Medical Center Drive