Andrey S. Krasilnikov
Penn State University
Andrey S. Krasilnikov has received his PhD degree from the Institute of Chemical Physics (Moscow, Russia) in 1995. During his postdoctoral training at the UIC and Northwestern University (Chicago, USA) he became interested in enzymes that rely on their RNA moiety for catalysis. He is currently an Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the Penn State University. The main focus of his research is the structure and function of the multicomponent eukaryotic catalytic ribonucleoproteins of the RNase P/MRP family. He has authored more than 30 publications in the fields of biochemistry, molecular and structural biology, and physics.
biochemistry, molecular and structural biology