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Biography

Prof. Pavel Zhuravlev

Institute for Physical Science and Technology

University of Maryland at College Park, USA


Email: zhur@umd.edu


Qualifications

2010 Ph.D., Department of Chemistry, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

2005 M.Sc., Department of Physics, Moscow State University


Publications (Selected)

  1. P. I. Zhuravlev, Y. Lan, M. S. Minakova and G. A. Papoian “Theory of Active Transport in Filopodia and Stereocilia”, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA; 2012, 109 (27), 10849–10854
  2. D.A. Potoyan, P. I. Zhuravlev and G. A. Papoian “Computing Free Energy of a Large-Scale Allosteric Transition in Adenylate Kinase using All Atom Explicit Solvent Simulations”, J. Phys Chem. B, 2012, 116 (5), 1709–1715
  3. P. I. Zhuravlev, L. Hu and G. A. Papoian “Computer Simulations of Mechano-Chemical Networks Choreographing Actin Dynamics In Cell Motility”, Contributed Book Chapter in“Computational Modeling of Biological Systems: From Molecules to Pathways”, Publisher: Springer, edited by N. Dokholyan; 2012, ISBN-10: 1461421454, ISBN-13: 978-1461421450
  4. P. I. Zhuravlev and G. A. Papoian “Protein Fluxes Along The Filopodium As A Framework for Understanding The Growth-Retraction Dynamics: The Interplay Between Diffusion And Active Transport”, Cell Adhesion & Migration; 2011, 5(5), 448–456
  5. P. I. Zhuravlev and G. A. Papoian “Protein Functional Landscapes, Dynamics, Allostery: A Tortuous
  6. Path Towards a Universal Theoretical Framework”, Q. Rev. Biophys.; 2010, 43(3), 295–332
  7. P. I. Zhuravlev, S. Wu, D. A. Potoyan, M. Rubinstein and G. A. Papoian “Computing Free Energies of Protein Conformations from Explicit Solvent Simulations”, Methods;2010, 52, 115–121
  8. P. I. Zhuravlev, B. Der and G. A. Papoian, "Design of Active Transport Must Be Highly Intricate: a Possible Role of Myosin and Ena/VASP for G-Actin Transport in Filopodia", Biophys. J.; 2010, 98, 1439–1448
  9. P. I. Zhuravlev and G. A. Papoian, "Functional vs. Folding Landscapes: The Same yet Different", Curr. Opin. Struct. Biol.; 2010, 20, 16–20
  10. P. I. Zhuravlev and G. A. Papoian “Molecular Noise of Capping Protein Binding Induces Macroscopic Instability in Filopodial Dynamics”, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA; 2009,106 (28), 11570-11575
  11. P. I. Zhuravlev, C. K. Materese and G. A. Papoian, "Deconstructing the Native State: Energy Landscapes, Function and Dynamics of Globular Proteins", J. Phys. Chem. B(Feature Article; July 2 2009 Journal Cover); 2009, 113, 8800–8812
  12. S. Wu, P. I. Zhuravlev and G. A. Papoian, "High Resolution Approach to the Native State Ensemble Kinetics and Thermodynamics", Biophys. J.; 2008, 95, 5524-5532